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Adventure Books of Seattle

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Adventure Books of Seattle

Seattle, WA
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This publisher is seeking the following genres:




Current Affairs/Politics
How To
True Adventure/Crime
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Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
08/01/2011 11:03 PM
Profile Update: Open to queries.
Patrick (Admin)
05/01/2011 07:53 PM
Genres updated. (Thanks jenhar72) Closed to queries until June 30.
03/30/2011 12:11 AM
Does not accept any romance novels.
11/09/2010 05:57 PM
If you have sent a story or book submission to either the Escape Velocity Magazine, or Adventure Books of Seattle, you should know ALL submissions are closed until after March 30, 2010. All incoming submissions will be deleted unread until after this date. For other business, check the Contact Link in the upper right corner of our Newsvine column for messaging. You can find the AB Column at
Thank you, Robert
Managing Editor
Adventure Books of Seattle

On the web-site, it said they were taking new queries. I received this five minutes after submission.
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