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Chronicle Books

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General

Chronicle Books

San Francisco, CA
E-Mail:
(Varies. See their website.)
Website:
chroniclebooks.com
Twitter (X):
@ChronicleBooks
Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
E-Mail
Genres
This publisher is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Children's
Middle Grade
Picture Book
Young Adult

Non-Fiction

Art/Photography
Cookbook
Decorating/Design
General Non-Fiction
Pop Culture
Relationship/Dating
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Author Comments
Comments by authors about this publisher.
Iamgotharts
01/07/2024 10:24 AM
Adult Trade Submissions

Chronicle Books publishes a wide range of nonfiction books on our adult trade list, in categories such as cooking, fine art, design, photography, pop culture, fashion, beauty, home décor, personal relationships, and more. We also publish innovative formats, such as interactive journals, decks, games, stationery, and much, much more. Please note: We do not acquire adult fiction.
aalogan
12/28/2023 08:25 PM
EQ 12/28/23
40k MG retelling
Ashley_Tropea
09/24/2023 03:29 PM
EQ 9/24/23

114k YA Fantasy Romance
LilithDA
09/15/2023 05:53 PM
EQ 9/15/23

Upper MG/YA fantasy 88.4k words
robinkmoore
08/31/2023 03:06 PM
https://www.chroniclebooks.com/pages/submissions
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Profile History
Last Update:
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