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Prometheus Books

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Prometheus Books

246 Goose Lane, 2nd Floor
Guilford, CT 06437
E-Mail:
Varies. (See website)
Website:
prometheusbooks.com
Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
Postal Mail
E-Mail
Genres
This publisher is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Children's
Contemporary
Fantasy
General Fiction
Historical
LGBTQ+
Literary Fiction
Science Fiction

Non-Fiction

Current Affairs/Politics
General Non-Fiction
Health/Fitness
History
LGBTQ+
Memoir
Nature/Ecology
Pop Culture
Psychology
Reference
Religion/Spirituality
Science/Technology
True Adventure/Crime
Women's Issues
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Author Comments
Comments by authors about this publisher.
robinkmoore
09/01/2023 01:11 PM
http://prometheusbooks.com/submission
ekettle
02/01/2022 05:58 PM
Only non fiction
SarahJMakowski
06/24/2021 10:12 AM
Website says email accepted, as are unagented submissions. Sent NF proposal.
MaryannRenn
08/20/2020 02:20 PM
No fiction. Needs agents.
LonWheels
08/30/2019 09:49 AM
They publish ONLY non-fiction, according to their website 11/4/18 and again 8/30/19.
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