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Groundwood Books

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Groundwood Books

128 Sterling Road, Lower Level
Toronto, ON M6R 2B7
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This publisher is seeking the following genres:


Middle Grade
Young Adult


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Author Comments
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11/30/2022 03:37 AM
11/30/2022 The web address reroutes to House of Anansi... it appears the two companies merged. If you scroll all the way to the bottom of the web page, you'll find the submission link for both House of Anansi and for Groundwood Press.
06/15/2022 01:10 PM
This is what I found on June 15, 2022: PICTURE BOOKS
Groundwood regrets that we are not currently accepting unsolicited manuscripts for picture books.
09/09/2020 11:00 AM
"Due to the large number of submissions we receive, Groundwood regrets that we cannot accept unsolicited manuscripts for picture books."
08/11/2019 05:20 PM
They haven't been open to unsolicited PB submissions for a LONG time...
05/29/2019 09:32 AM
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Last Update:
09/08/2022 -
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