We publish both fiction and non-fiction as well as a small amount of poetry. Our authors invoke magic and myth - not merely the use of such themes as a story element, but the incarnation of a transcendent reality within the mundane sphere. We call this genre Mythorealism. The implication of Mythorealism is that there is something more, a magical reality behind reality. What that means, exactly, is up to the individual, but the Mythorealist way of life is about bringing this other reality to the forefront, incarnating it in the waking world.
lf you have a manuscript that you think fits into our publishing program, send it to us electronically, following the guidelines below. Please send complete manuscripts only. Partial manuscripts or hard copy will not be considered. Simultaneous submissions are all right. We do not offer advances, but pay quarterly royalties. Submissions should be sent to: email@example.com
Manuscripts which don't follow these guidelines will not be considered.
- The title page should include the author's name, pen name, title of story, word count and contact information (i.e. address, phone number, email address)
- Add a page for each of the following (in this order): short biography, dedication, acknowledgements, table of contents, foreward (by someone other than the author, preface (by the author), list of illustrations/maps, etc.
- If chapters are titled, the title names must be included in the table of contents.
- Page numbers should appear centered at the bottom of the page.
- All text, including title and sub titles should be in 10pt. Times New Roman except for special effect, in which case it should be clearly noted in brackets.
- All headings should be positioned toward the left margin.
- The first word of the opening paragraph of a chapter must be against the left margin. The first word of following paragraphs must be indented. Set tab at .25 and remain consistent throughout your manuscript.
- Lines should be spaced at 1.5
- There should be no line breaks between regular paragraphs (no blank lines or returns)
- Between sections of a chapter, there should be 1 line break or return followed by three asterisks, then another line break. The asteriks should be positioned against the left margin and the first paragraph following the asteriks should be indented.
- Between the chapter heading and the first line of the chapter, there should be two line breaks or two returns.
- All punctuation must be followed by only ONE space.
- Confirm the end of your manuscript with the words: THE END