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Artisan Books

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Closed to Unsolicited Queries
General

Artisan Books

225 Varick Street
New York, NY 10014
Website:
www.workman.com
Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
Postal Mail
Closed to Unsolicited Queries
Genres
This publisher is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

none

Non-Fiction

none
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Author Comments
Comments by authors about this publisher.
TooMuchCoffeeMan
02/09/2022 09:25 PM
Am I back in 1970? Anyway--I'm guessing that no one will ever read this--I emailed a query here after my query to workman was returned as undeliverable. This one worked..
sandmanjohn
12/18/2009 02:46 PM
LOL. That's one I've never heard before. Any paper ms. that's been pulled out of an envelope, read, thumbed through, handled etc. and made a roundtrip via the USPS is probably not fit to be re-submitted elsewhere. You re-cycle and re-print a fresh manuscript.
VictoriaLeigh
10/04/2009 02:59 PM
Instead of a SASE, this publisher wants you to send a check to cover the cost of return mail.
I wouldn't.
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