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Dancing Lemur Press, L.L.C.

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Dancing Lemur Press, L.L.C.

P.O. Box 383
Pikeville, NC 27863-0383
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Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
Postal Mail
This publisher is seeking the following genres:


  • Fantasy, Paranormal
Middle Grade
  • Middle Grade, Historical
Science Fiction


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Author Comments
Comments by authors about this publisher.
07/12/2024 11:29 AM
Seems to have been a real person behind my rejection letter, which is a first for me.
06/13/2024 11:39 AM

Just saw your comment. Too funny.
10/03/2023 05:48 PM
I love how they want a business plan in your query letter. The marketing department called they want their job back
Profile Update

Teona (Admin)
06/27/2023 01:11 PM
Profile Update: email change
06/02/2022 12:09 PM
Immature stuff. Ultra-commercial, ultra low-concept.
"We DO NOT accept, lbgtq+, spiritual outside of Christianity, adult romance, Salacious, negative, and R-rated material will not be considered."
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Profile History
Last Update:
05/20/2024 - open to submissions
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