An Interesting Experiment

Posted: August 6, 2010 in Writing/Publishing

Have you ever wondered if you write like a famous (or infamous) author? Paste some of your latest prose here and see what happens.

You will need at least two paragraphs … no tweets allowed.
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And here’s today’s market listing (from the publisher):

Capstone Publishers

Capstone is keenly interested in meeting authors and illustrators. In fact, they play an integral role, connecting with our young readers and often deepening the reading experience by interacting with them online. Most of our titles are conceptually developed in-house and written and illustrated by freelance writers and artists. However, we are interested in receiving writers’ manuscripts and reviewing artists’ portfolios.

Fiction Author Submissions
Send your submission via email. Include the following in the body of the email, not as attachments:
Sample chapters
Résumé
List of previous publishing credits, if applicable

We will respond only if your writing samples fit our needs.

Fiction Illustrator Submissions
Send your submission via email. Include the following in the body of the email, not as attachments:
Sample Artwork
Résumé
List of previous publishing credits, if applicable

We will respond only if your art samples fit our needs.

Nonfiction Author Submissions

We accept nonfiction submissions through the U.S. mail only. Include the following:
Résumé
Cover letter
Up to three writing samples

Mail to:
Editorial Director
Capstone Nonfiction
151 Good Counsel Drive
P.O. Box 669
Mankato, MN 56002-0669

Please note: manuscripts and writing samples will not be returned.

Nonfiction Illustrator Submissions
Contact us to make an appointment for us to review your illustrations.

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