Frances Lincoln Publishers produces multicultural children's books, young adult fiction, and illustrated books for adults.

Frances Lincoln Publishers


Frances Lincoln Publishers Submission Guidelines

Submission Address

4 Torriano Mews
Torriano Ave
London NW5 2RZ

Phone: 0042072844009

Submitting Your Work to Frances Lincoln Publishers

Before submitting to Frances Lincoln Publishers

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From the Frances Lincoln Publishers guidelines:

Adult Submission Guidelines:
Frances Lincoln is a publisher of non-fiction books, predominantly illustrated, on a range of subjects which include the following: gardens and gardening; walking, climbing and the outdoors; art, architecture and design; food and travel. Please note that we do not accept any unsolicited manuscripts for novels or poetry.

Frances Lincoln Children's Books:
Picture Books: We are only publishing picture books that really stand out, with strong writing, an original story or subject matter and fresh illustrations.

Submission Guidelines Details for Frances Lincoln Publishers

Market Type: Non-fiction, Juvenile


Accepts: Children's picture books, non-fiction

Web Address:

Click here for complete adult guidelines

Click here for complete children's guidelines



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