Academy Chicago Publishers

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Academy Chicago Publishers

Chicago, IL 60654
E-Mail:
varies (see website)
Website:
www.chicagoreviewpress.com
Twitter (X):
@ChiReviewPress
Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
E-Mail
Genres
This publisher is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

none

Non-Fiction

History
Juvenile/Graphic
LGBTQ+
Multicultural
Nature/Ecology
Parenting
Pop Culture
True Adventure/Crime
Women's Issues
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Author Comments
Comments by authors about this publisher.
LitLady
12/29/2019 06:29 AM
submissions: https://www.chicagoreviewpress.com/information-for-authors--amp--agents-pages-100.php
Publish children's NF (poss not PB)
Lists the acquisitions editors
You can send query letter not MS
brunettibarb
01/30/2018 01:21 PM
They say they are no longer accepting fiction submissions. I don't know it's just for right now, or forever.
willwrite4chocolate
01/23/2018 03:28 PM
From website, it looks like Chicago Review Press is the nonfiction arm and Academy Chicago Publishers is fiction.
SilverStrands
09/28/2017 08:25 PM
Their website states that they're closed to Fiction until January 1, 2018.
KimBeall
09/09/2017 09:45 AM
Despite listing themselves here as handling fantasy, their web site states:
"Note: We do not publish fantasy, sci-fi, short stories, novellas, or YA fiction."
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