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Folded Word Submission Guidelines

Submission Address

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5209 Del Vista Way
Rocklin, CA 95765 USA

Phone: 916.624.5088 (answering machine & fax)

Editor: J.S. Graustein

Submitting Your Work to Folded Word

Before submitting to Folded Word

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From the Folded Word guidelines:

We are seeking non-formulaic narratives that have a strong sense of place and/or time, especially the exploration of unfamiliar place/time. We are looking for manuscripts that are an escape from the everyday, be it a cleansing laugh, a cathartic cry, a virtual holiday, or even a respite from predictable plots. We enjoy quirky characters, voices that take a chance, humor, and word-play. Please, surprise us.

Submission Guidelines Details for Folded Word

Market Type:Book

Contact: J.S. Graustein

Email: editors@foldedword.com

Accepts: Poetry, Fiction

Web Address: www.foldedword.com

www.foldedword.com/submit.html

 

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