Chicken House Press

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Chicken House Press

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General Fiction


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01/07/2024 10:53 AM
Sounds sketchy af. also they are a general store selling other goods. (failed to mention that prior.)


is between 50,000-85,000 words & has not been previously published in whole or in part
has a narrative that challenges a reader’s thinking
celebrates diversity
presents three-dimensional characters in a believable and engaging way
has been carefully self-edited and peer-edited (professional editing highly recommended*)


CHP acquires exclusive print, digital, audio, and screen rights to the manuscript for five years.
CHP assumes all financial risk and covers all publication expenses, including editing, design, and final production.
CHP is open to multi-book deals and may give special priority to submissions that have series potential.
CHP pays author royalties based on net sales
Hardcover sales 12%
Trade paperback 12%
eBook & audio book sales 22%
CHP does not currently offer advances but pays per each book sold.
Author receives one proof copy and three complimentary print copies - additional copies available at a deep discount.
07/18/2023 02:27 PM
Website says closed to submissions until Sept 2023
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07/25/2023 - closed to queries.
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