Open Road Travel Guides submission guidelines and market information.

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Open Road Travel Guides Submission Guidelines

Submission Address

P.O. Box 284
Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724

Phone: (631)692-7172

Submitting Your Work to Open Road Travel Guides

Before submitting to Open Road Travel Guides

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From the Open Road Travel Guides guidelines:

Open Road publishes travel guides and, in its Cold Spring Press imprint, now publishes genealogy books (8 in print to date) and welcomes submissions in this area.

Submission Guidelines Details for Open Road Travel Guides

Market Type:Book

Contact: Jonathan Stein

Email: jopenroad@aol.com

Accepts: Travel Guides, Travelogues

Web Address: www.openroadguides.com

 

 

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