Beacon Press

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General

Beacon Press

25 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02108
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Website:
www.beacon.org/
Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
E-Mail
Genres
This publisher is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

none

Non-Fiction

Business/Finance
Current Affairs/Politics
General Non-Fiction
Health/Fitness
History
Memoir
Psychology
Religion/Spirituality
Women's Issues
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Author Comments
Comments by authors about this publisher.
SarahJMakowski
06/24/2021 10:11 AM
Website says open to unrepresented submissions. Sent 250-word blurb 24/6
rolandevans
01/13/2020 06:05 PM
Amy Caldwell
If you believe your work would be a good fit for our list, please email a 250-word query describing your proposal to editorial@beacon.org. If we are interested in receiving a full proposal, we will email you within three weeks.
AndreaE
04/08/2019 07:56 PM
Said will contact within one month of sending if interested.
willwrite4chocolate
07/14/2016 08:35 PM
No longer accepting snail mail. Email only to editorial@beacon.org.
jgmassey
01/03/2016 07:27 PM
snail-mail
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