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Digital Subscriptions > Writing Magazine > January 2016 > UK SF MARKET


Open window at Gollancz

Leading UK publisher Gollancz is holding an open period reading in the new year, when between 4-22 January the editorial team will consider unagented postal submissions. The company, which publishes such luminaries as Stephen Baxter, Joanne Harris, Michael Moorcock and Connie Willis, is seeking new, aspiring writers and encourages submissions from anyone, around the world, regardless of gender, race, religion, location, lifestyle or anything else. Submissions must be science fiction, fantasy, horror or YA crossover, and be complete novels of at least 80,000 words. Previously self-published works will be considered, but novels by authors who already have representation by an agent are not eligible, though can be submitted in the usual way.

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