A Guide to Chicago Book Publishers: What They Publish, who They Hire, and how to Get Connected
IWrite Publications, Jan 1, 2005 - Publishers and publishing - 193 pages
A Guide to Chicago Book Publishers profiles 190+ area publishers--from one-title startups to established institutions. Includes representative titles, internship and summer job opportunities, editors' preferences for queries and unsolicited manuscripts. A great resource for those wishing to get published, sell their freelance services, or become employed in the Chicago publishing industry.
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accepting new manuscripts Accepts queries Accepts unsolicited/unagented manuscripts appointment author guidelines authors should send Buys all rights Chicago Connected Contact current needs Currently accepting Currently looking designers Editor Accepts unsolicited/unagented Established guidelines before query H Email H No Accepts H No Summer H Yes Hire Authors/Writers Hire Writers Illinois illustrators include an SASE indexers information on current Internships available Internships/Summer Jobs Letter Freelancers Letter Replies Letter Send query letter with current line with guidelines Number of Employees Pays royalties Pays royalties/no advances Phone H Letter phone or send phone or show President Accepts unsolicited/unagented production personnel proofreaders Publish Publishes books Published Annually Publisher Accepts unsolicited/unagented Rates vary rates vary/may pay Replies within six Representative Titles/Projects Retains all rights Rights negotiable royalty/may pay advances SASE with queries send an SASE Send cover letter Send query letter Summer Jobs Available Titles in Print topics unagented manuscripts vary/may pay advances Yes H