Thistledown Press (est. 1975), an award-winning independent Canadian publisher, has opened a reading period to review poetry and nonfiction manuscripts by emerging and established authors.
NONFICTION: The publisher is looking for writing that explores natural history wherein human correlations and relationships to nature are prevalent.
POETRY: The publisher is interested in reviewing collections of poetry written by a single author. Review the imprint’s current and previous poetry titles to see what the imprint publishes.
Thistledown Press, which has published over 300 Canadian authors, recently announced that two of its titles have been nominated for the 2017 Saskatchewan Book Awards: A Map in My Blood by by Carla Braidek (nominated for the Poetry Award) and Wind Leaves Absence by Mary Maxwell (nominated for the First Book Award).
Reading period ends April 30, 2017. Full details at the publisher’s website.