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Name: Fantastic Books Publishing
Website: http://www.fantasticbookspublishing.com
Editor: Our editorial team remain anonymous
Mailing Address: Fantastic Books Publishing Lilac Tree Farm Honeypots Lane Elstronwick East Yorkshire HU12 9BP UK
Email: fantasticbookspublishing@gmail.com
Circulation: Between 5 and 15 a year depending on submission quality.
Submission Guidelines:
Approximate Response Time 3 months
Publishes: This is entirely dependent on submission quality but in the region of every 3 or 4 months.
Year Founded: 2012
Online Submissions? Yes
Information about the press: Daniel Grubb, our CEO and head of our editorial team, hails from Sheffield in Yorkshire. He is genuinely passionate about writing and wanted to create a positive, transparent publishing experience to help others who share his passion. Through his work as a marketing executive in Thailand and as a literary agent and promotions manager in the UK, Daniel has been building the skills to build a successful publishing house. He also has experience in a variety of different fields including horticulture, on-shore gas extraction, animal husbandry, astronomy, fundraising and aerospace engineering. Gabi Grubb, our COO and creative design team lead, hails from Jas?o in Poland. Her classical art training with experience of oil, acrylic and other media including sculpture made her a perfect fit for the creative design side of publishing. She is currently studying for a BA in lens-based media.
What type of submissions you are looking for: Fantastic Books Publishing accepts submissions in the following categories: Fiction Non-fiction Local or corporate history Poetry Short stories Contributions to special projects: these are small bespoke publishing projects for which we actively invite submissions. When such projects are live, the call for submissions will be advertised.
Information on Suggestions on Submitting: Our editorial team are very strict when considering submissions. They must be received exactly as is set out in our submission guidelines. However, prospective clients will receive a copy of the editorial team’s reader report whether their submission is successful or not.