Lost Horse Press submission guidelines and market information

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Lost Horse Press Submission Guidelines

Submission Address

105 Lost Horse Lane
Sandpoint ID 83864

Phone: (208)255-4410

Fax: (208)255-1560

Submitting Your Work to Lost Horse Press

Before submitting to Lost Horse Press

The Market List recommends you verify the market is active and accepting submissions before sending your manuscript via regular mail. You may verify a market status by either visiting their website, calling their listed phone number, or comfirming via regular mail that the market is still active before sending them your work.

To be sure your submission is appropriate for this market, we recommend you familiarize yourself with Lost Horse Press by reading at least one of their titles before submitting.

If you have recently submitted to Lost Horse Press or have experience with this market, please submit a comment below. Recent submission response times are always welcome and helpful to other writers.

From the Lost Horse Press guidelines:

Regrettably, Lost Horse Press is no longer accepting unsolicited manuscripts for review.

However, we welcome submissions for The Idaho Prize for Poetry, a national competition offering $1,000 prize money plus publication for a book-length manuscript.

Submission Guidelines Details for Lost Horse Press

Market Type:Book

Accepts: Literary, Poetry

Web Address: www.losthorsepress.org

Click here for complete submission guidelines

 

1 comment
  • Admin
    Admin Does not accept unsolicited manuscripts for anything except The Idaho Prize for Poetry competition.
    December 6, 2011



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