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Angry Robot hunts

Angry Robot Books, one of the UKs leading imprints for speculative fiction, is having an open call for submissions until 31 December. Publisher and MD Marc Gascoigne and his editorial team will consider unpublished science fiction and fantasy, including various sub-genres such as alternative history, military SF, space opera, epic fantasy, steampunk, cyberpunk, dieselpunk, silkpunk, anypunk, grimdark, utopian fiction, modern fantasy, cli-fi, unclassifiable SF/fantasy mash-ups, and so on. Books must be written in English by authors who do not have a literary agent. Manuscripts must be complete and 70,000-130,000 words. No graphic novels, short stories or novellas. Submissions must be aimed at adult readers. This does not mean that they can not feature teenage protagonists, but the books themselves should not be Young Adult.

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