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Bancroft Press

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Bancroft Press

P.O. Box 65360
Baltimore, MD 21209
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Query Methods
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This publisher is seeking the following genres:


General Fiction


General Non-Fiction
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Author Comments
Comments by authors about this publisher.
01/25/2024 11:29 AM
Nudged publisher after 115 days
11/25/2023 01:07 PM
I did not receive a confirmation when I submitted full script through website last May. I wonder if this publisher is still taking submissions.
11/20/2023 04:14 AM
Sent Full Manuscript (Upper MG - 88.4K) using Bancroft Press wesite submission form 11/20/23

I did not receive a confirmation email. Did anyone else receive one when they used the online form provided at their website on the submission page?
09/21/2023 09:37 AM
I submitted today via their website and attached a full manuscript
07/28/2023 10:13 AM
Submitted 108,000 word Sci-Fi espionage thriller. Second in Series.
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Last Update:
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