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It’s all down in black and white


Publishing books in a range of genre fiction, biography, sport, humour, non fiction titles and children’s books, Black and White Publishing considers most things, but no poetry, short stories, drama or anything written in a language other than English.

This independent publisher, based in Edinburgh, was founded in 1999, has over 300 books in print and is ‘committed to publishing the best books from the most talented writers in the UK and beyond’

Using the online submission form, submit, as a doc or pdf document, the first three chapters or the first thirty pages of your book together with a 100-word synopsis and a note of the genre and word count for your book. Include also a cover letter saying a little about yourself and why your work stands out. If you feel your work needs an extended synopsis or plot summary there is room on the submission form to do this.

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