The Key Publishing House Inc

The Key Publishing House Inc.


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The Key Publishing House Inc., (KPH) is a diverse publisher in its mission. Our innovative publishing program is both nationally and internationally oriented. The Key publishes a wide variety of academic, non-fiction, literary fiction and young adults and children books. The main criteria of evaluation and acceptance of proposals is based on quality and the contribution to knowledge, peace, prosperity and harmony among human societies.


The Key Publishing House Inc., publishes academic and non academic books including, but not limited, to Humanities, Social Science and Physical Science such as: philosophy, politics, law, public policy, development studies, sociology, anthropology, history, psychology, literature, arts, the environment, health, physics, chemistry, biology, technology . . . etc. Manuscript proposals are welcome that focus on critical issues of our time.

Information on Suggestions on Submitting: For consideration, we welcome manuscript proposals that include the following: 1. Covering letter stating the objectives of the book, prospect audience, comparable/competitive titles, credibility of Author in relation to the topic, and potential marketing strategy. 2. Synopsis of the whole manuscript along with detailed Table of Contents. 3. Sample chapters the introduction and conclusion (if available). 4. Author’s CV Proposals can be submitted electronically to with a subject line: Proposed Manuscript for Consideration


Editor: Timothy McDonald
Mailing Address: A102/230-1075 Bay Street Toronto, Ontario M5S 2B2 Canada
Circulation: 10
Submission Guidelines:
Approximate Response Time 3-4 months
Publishes: ?
Year Founded: 2005
Online Submissions? Yes
Online Submissions?1 Yes

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3 thoughts on “The Key Publishing House Inc”

  1. I have authored a book titled “Sri Lanka- The war fueled by ‘Peace”. It has already been published in Sri Lanka in 2009. It deals with the Sri Lankan war, analyzing the factors that contribute to the war and views the whole issue from a realistic and logical context. It also questions the International perspective that is based solely on propaganda dished out by powerful organizations with vested interests.
    I wish to go international with the book.

  2. Needs a clickable link …

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