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    • Find (on this page): Ctrl+F 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Search December 1, 2007 Do you want to know the real tragedy? No, of course you don't, you want to wallow in ignorance and petty self-aggrandizement, but I'll tell you anyway. Money, that's what. Nobody can know anything they don't pay for and what you pay for rots your brain. It's a vicious circle. There is no God but Money and Oprah Winfrey is His Messenger. Here's how it works. There are these rich guys, see. They're from all over the world and they entertain themselves and derive pride and joy from accumulating wealth by starving, subjugating, enslaving and torturing billions of poor people. How fun. Rich guys use the all-pervasive, unassailable media and entertainment industries as their own private propaganda apparatus to keep you so stupid you buy the boatloads of the useless crap they need to sell in order to accumulate wealth. It's not just things, either. You morons buy the absurd notions they sell you, too...things like "democracy" and "free speech" and a "free press." Ha! Stalin in his wildest dreams never came up with a gulag like the gulag you're living in. Nothing you can read or hear or see or learn in school isn't a lie. The only function you have your whole life is
    • to buy more and more worthless junk. You've got the minds of sheep; you're conditioned from birth to believe what your shepherds get paid to tell you and what they get paid to tell you is vile, money grubbing balderdash. Root, root, root for the home team. Vote. Eat at McDonald's. Hate who and what your owners want you to hate; love who and what your owners want you to love. Keep your nose to the grindstone. Mind your manners. Covet everything anyone else has. Do unto others before they do unto you. Spend more money than you make. Live for tomorrow. Ack. It's stupid to tell you how stupid you are. If you want to see an example of something that's not a lie, something that won't rot your brain and won't keep you stupid, something you can't 12/3/2007 7:49 PM buy for all the money in the world, go read the new version of Ginny Good I just stuck up. It's free. Like me. You won't do that, of course. You'd rather wallow in the ignorance and petty self-aggrandizement your owners keep you wallowing in for their own vile, money grubbing reasons. Anything free can't be of any value, can it? No. If it were of value it would be for sale. Lord, what fools these mortals be! G. Gerard Jones everyone@everyonewhosanyone.com Monkfish Book Publishing Company 27 Lamoree Road Rhinebeck, NY 12572
    • http://www.monkfishpublishing.com His Holiness, Paul Cohen (@) Publisher Bookcohen@aol.com 12/3/2007 7:49 PM The esteemed buyer, seller, promoter and adult trade publisher of GINNY GOOD by self-effacing, mild-mannered, obsequious me. G. November 16, 2006 Interview with Paul Cohen re: "Self-Publishing" GERARD JONES: What a "self-published" book lacks is the vetting process, the assumption that if a reputable agent sold the thing to a reputable publisher, the book's gotta be worth hyping and the media (book reviewers, talk shows, awards guys, booksellers, etc.), hype the Bejesus out of it. If it's "self-published" the assumption is that no good agent could sell it or wanted to sell it and no good publisher wanted to buy it...so why should the media waste its time and no reader, therefore, will waste his or her time reading the thing. People buy hype, period. Hype
    • costs money. Money makes money. With enough hype The Cleveland Yellow Pages will sell a billion copies. Without any hype, the greatest literature of all time won't make a dime. You know all this, but your potential clients need to know it and need to be willing to make an investment in themselves and in their work for their own exquisite reasons, whatever they may be, and not with the hope of realizing a monetary return on that investment. PAUL COHEN: The vetting process is important. Epigraph is not a self-publishing company in that sense. We will not 12/3/2007 7:49 PM accept a client's book for publication if it hasn't a chance of competing. What would be the point? The idea behind Epigraph is to level the playing field for authors whose books could compete against traditionally published authors if they were given equivalent access and publishing services. The bias against self-publishing is at an end. Editors, publishers, booksellers, reps, etc all realize that what makes a book a success is the content and the marketing, not the ownership of
    • rights. Readers do not care or even know who published their favorite book. The bias against bad books, on the other hand, remains. Editors and booksellers understand the difference and they understand too that the publishing industry as a whole is undergoing profound changes. When Steven King self published one of his new novels online a couple of years ago, it sent a message and a question through the industry about the theretofore inviolable structure of traditional publishing contracts. It proved that the publishing contract, and all that it implied, had fallen behind the march of technology. As more good self-publishing companies develop, self published works will be seen not as vanity projects but as author empowered. If self-publishers are smart, they will become known as uber-marketers of their work. If they do that successfully, booksellers will buy their works with confidence. GERARD JONES: What your "trade publishing" option has going for it is 12/3/2007 7:49 PM that people will end up with a "real" book, nicely produced, with a credible
    • distribution network. That's worth $10k to people with a spare $10k to throw around, but other than corporate clients, there are very few individual "authors" who can possibly have any hope in hell of recouping their investment. PAUL COHEN: Authors have to know up front that publishing is not (for most people) directly profitable. Most books that are published do not make money, even for publishers. There has to be some other reason to publish. It's that other reason that makes publishing worthwhile. Whatever that other reason is, it should be worth the initial investment to publish. If authors approach self-publishing in this way, and as an investment in their own work or career, they can have some peace of mind while they are doing it and make better publishing decisions because of it. Those authors are more likely to recoup their investment and even make a profit over time. Also self-publishing doesn't have to cost $10,000; that's just an example on the website. If you really want to do it on the cheap, say, to get started, you can self publish for free on
    • Lulu.com. Self-publishing is a way to be proactive in the development of your intellectual property. Sometimes it's the only way. Rather than be a victim of the publishing industry you can take matters into your own hands. 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Some authors do make money self-publishing. Most recently, Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki self published their Why We Want You to be Rich because it allowed them to donate a half a million dollars to their pet project, teaching business and money-making skills to kids in public schools. Self-publishing is no different than traditional publishing in that sense. If you sell a lot of copies, you'll make money. GJ: You seem to have "hype" options, as well. That gets even more expensive and doesn't ensure a better return. PC: The hype options are about making sure books sell through. Epigraph, unlike most self-publishing companies, provides national distribution to bookstores. That's not something the author has to do. The author's publicity dollars will go further having that kind of
    • support. The author is also not alone; they are working with a team. As you said, there is no guarantee that promotion will improve your return on investment but from my experience promotion nearly always produces a better end result than no promotion. Authors have to learn to think more long term about the development of their intellectual property. The idea that a book has only has three months in which it should be marketed is quite damaging to the longer term prospects for that book. What most books need to succeed is prolonged and targeted marketing. The savvy self publishing author will still be promoting when his 12/3/2007 7:49 PM traditionally published competitor closes shop in 3 months. Thanks for the interview. It's like the Dalai Lama says, "There'll be no money but on your deathbed, you'll receive total consciousness." So, you'll have that going for you. GJ: That Dalai Lama guy, he's one smart cookie. Thanks. G.
    • Unbridled Books 200 North 9th St., Ste. A Columbia, MO 65201 (573) 256-4106 2000 Wadsworth Blvd., Ste. 195 Lakewood, CO 80214 (303) 506-3622 http://www.unbridledbooks.com Greg Michalson (See more) michalsong@unbridledbooks.com Fred Ramey framey@unbridledbooks.com Chelsea Green Publishing Company 85 North Main St., Ste. 120 P.O. Box 428 White River Junction, VT 05001 (802) 295-6300 http://www.chelseagreen.com How do we get our listing updated? Margo Baldwin, President & Publisher (@) mbaldwin@chelseagreen.com 12/3/2007 7:49 PM It's way out of date. We also just put a book on the NY
    • Times Bestseller List: Read all about it. We have a revitalized editorial program, among other things. Thanks, margo Hey, margo, you just tell me what to say and I say it. I moved you up the page a ways, too. Go see. Thanks. G. John Barstow, Editor-in-Chief jbarstow@chelseagreen.com Ben Watson, Senior Editor bwatson@chelseagreen.com Chronicle Books 85 Second St., 6th Flr. San Francisco, CA 94105 (415) 537-4200 http://www.chroniclebooks.com Nion McEvoy, CEO
    • nion_mcevoy@chroniclebooks.com Jack Jensen, President jack_jensen@chroniclebooks.com 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Christine Carswell, Associate Publisher christine_carswell@chroniclebooks.com City Lights Books 261 Columbus Avenue San Francisco, CA 94133 (415) 362-8193 http://www.citylights.com Nancy J. Peters, Publisher staff@citylights.com Robert Sharrard staff@citylights.com John Wiley & Sons 111 River Street Hoboken, NJ 07030-5774 (201) 748-6000 (Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer) http://www.wiley.com William J. Pesce, CEO wpesce@wiley.com Kathy Nebenhaus knebenhaus@wiley.com Diane Steele
    • dsteele@wiley.com Joyce Pepple jpepple@wiley.com Stephen A. Kippur skippur@wiley.com Patrick J. Kelly pkelly@wiley.com Jeff Brown jbrown@wiley.com Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer 989 Market Street San Francisco, CA 94103 (415) 433-1740 12/3/2007 7:49 PM http://www.josseybass.com Debra Hunter, President (666) dhunter@josseybass.com Alan Rinzler, Executive Editor arinzler@wiley.com Cedric Crocker ccrocker@wiley.com Paul Foster pfoster@wiley.com Encounter Books 665 Third Street, Ste. 330
    • San Francisco, CA 94107 (800) 786-3839 http://www.encounterbooks.com Roger Kimball, Publisher kimball@encounterbooks.com Nola Tully ntully@encounterbooks.com Cristina Guido cguido@encounterbooks.com The Overlook Press 141 Wooster Street New York, NY 10012 http://www.overlookpress.com Peter Mayer, Publisher mnagy@overlookpress.com Harvard University Press 79 Garden Street Cambridge, MA 02138 http://www.hup.harvard.edu Joyce Seltzer joyce_seltzer@harvard.edu 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Kathleen McDermott kathleen_mcdermott@harvard.edu Fordham University Press University Box L
    • Bronx, NY 10458 (718) 817-4795 http://www.fordhampress.com Robert Oppedisano, Director roppedisano@fordham.edu Mary-Lou Elias-Peña, Assistant to the Director pena@fordham.edu Saverio Procario, Editor-At-Large procario@fordham.edu Helen Tartar, Editorial Director tartar@fordham.edu Feral House PO Box 39910 Los Angeles, CA 90039 http://www.feralhouse.com Adam Parfrey; President ap@feralhouse.com New Directions Publishing 80 Eighth Avenue New York, NY 10011 http://www.ndpublishing.com editorial@ndbooks.com Barbara Epler; Editor-in-Chief bepler@ndbooks.com Declan Spring, Editor dspring@ndbooks.com
    • Jeffrey Young jyoung@ndbooks.com 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Johns Hopkins University Press 2715 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21218 (410) 516-6900 http://www.press.jhu.edu Kathleen Keane, Director ( 666) kk@press.jhu.edu Henry Y.K. Tom, Executive Editor, Social Sciences htom@press.jhu.edu Juliana McCarthy, Managing Editor jmccarthy@press.jhu.edu Allworth Press 10 East 23rd Street, Ste. 510 New York, NY, 10010 http://www.allworth.com Tad Crawford, Publisher crawford@allworth.com Robert A. Porter, Associate Publisher bporter@allworth.com Nicole Potter, Senior Editor npotter@allworth.com
    • Catbird Press 16 Windsor Road North Haven CT 06473 http://www.catbirdpress.com Robert Wechsler, Publisher catbird@pipeline.com 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Persea Books 853 Broadway, Suite 604 New York, NY 10003 http://www.perseabooks.com Michael Braziller info@perseabooks.com Karen Braziller info@perseabooks.com Verso Press 180 Varick Street, 10th Floor New York, NY 10014 http://www.versobooks.com versony@versobooks.com We do not accept unsolicited fiction at all. Also, we are a Leftist
    • publisher so we will not consider a book proposal unless it implicitly or expressly deals with left-leaning politics. Our submission guidelines and company information are on our website. No telephone calls please. Thanks for keeping us on your list. 12/3/2007 7:49 PM
    • Louisana State University Press PO Box 25053 Baton Rouge, LA 70894 http://www.lsu.edu/lsupress/index.html MaryKatherine Callaway mkc@lsu.edu Pushcart Press PO Box 380 Wainscott, NY 11975 Bill Henderson, Publisher (@) Black Classic Press P.O. Box 13414 Baltimore, MD 21203 http://www.blackclassic.com W. Paul Coates (@) bcp@charm.net Paul Dry Books 117 South 17th Street, #1102 Philadelphia, PA 19103 http://www.pauldrybooks.com Paul Dry editor@pauldrybooks.com The Charles Press Publishers 117 South 17th Street, #310 Philadelphia PA 19103 http://charlespresspub.com
    • 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Lauren Meltzer, Publisher lauren@charlespresspub.com Watson-Guptill Publications 770 Broadway New York, NY 10003 http://www.watsonguptill.com Amy Rhodes, Publisher info@watsonguptill.com Bob Nirkind, Executive Editor info@watsonguptill.com Candace Raney, Executive Editor info@watsonguptill.com Regnery Publishing, Inc. One Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20001 http://www.regnery.com Marji Ross, Publisher mross@eaglepub.com Bancroft Press PO Box 65360 Baltimore, MD 21209 http://www.bancroftpress.com Bruce L. Bortz (@)
    • bruceb@bancroftpress.com BkMk Press University of Missouri-Kansas City 5100 Rockhill Road Kansas City, MO 64110-2499 http://www.umkc.edu/bkmk 12/3/2007 7:49 PM James McKinley, Executive Editor bkmk@umkc.edu Ben Furnish, Managing Editor bkmk@umkc.edu Rugged Land 401 West Street, 2nd Flr. New York, NY 10014 (212) 334-8228 http://www.ruggedland.com Shawn Coyne, Publisher scoyne@ruggedland.com Justin, Charles & Company 236 Huntington Ave., Ste. 311 Boston, MA 02115 http://www.justincharlesbooks.com Stephen Hull, Publisher (@) steve@justincharlesbooks.com 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Dear Gerard
    • Jones: Thanks for the update. You've clearly put a prodigious amount of effort into Everyone Who's... and I would imagine it's quite a useful tool for some people. Thanks, and best of luck. --sph Dear Stephen: I just add stuff as I come across it and rely on kind e-mails like yours to correct what I get wrong. If I'd known it was gonna be so prodigious I never would have done it. Oh, nice website, by the way. Thanks. G. Kim Hjelmgaard, London Editor kim@justincharlesbooks.com Cader Books 2 Park Place, Ste. 4
    • Bronxville, NY 10708 http://www.caderbooks.com Michael Cader michael@caderbooks.com* 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Princeton University Press 41 William Street Princeton, NJ 08540 (609) 258-4900 http://www.pupress.princeton.edu Peter J. Dougherty peter_dougherty@pupress.princeton.edu Martha Camp martha_camp@pupress.princeton.edu Sterling Publishing Company 387 Park Avenue South New York, NY 10016 http://www.sterlingpub.com editorial@sterlingpub.com Marcus Leaver, EVP, COO mleaver@sterlingpub.com Philip Turner pturner@sterlingpub.com Patricia Gift, Editorial Director pgift@sterlingpub.com Steve Magnuson
    • smagnuson@sterlingpub.com Karen Nelson, VP, Creative Director knelson@sterlingpub.com Charles G. Nurnberg cnurnberg@sterlingpub.com Oxford University Press 198 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10016 (212) 726-6000 http://www.oup.com/us/ Shannon McLachlan shannon.mclachlan@oup.com Susan Ferber 12/3/2007 7:49 PM susan.ferber@oup.com David McBride david.mcbride@oup.com Tim Bent tim.bent@oup.com Nancy Toff nancy.toff@oup.com Mary Ann Benner mary.ann.benner@oup.com Cambridge University Press
    • 32 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10013 (212) 924-3900 http://www.cambridge.org Andrew Beck abeck@cambridge.org Frank Smith fsmith@cambridge.org Eleanor Barnes ebarnes@cambridge.org FC2 Department of English Florida State University Tallahassee, FL 32306-1580 http://fc2.org R. M. Berry fc2@english.fsu.edu Brenda L. Mills (@) fc2@english.fsu.edu 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Gerard, we specialize in experimental fiction (novels and short fiction). The best place to
    • get an idea of what we do is our website, which also has our submission guidelines. I can't tell enough from what you've said about your books (except that if one really is a memoir we're not interested in that) to know if they're aligned with our leanings. Brenda Columbia University Press 61 W. 62nd Street New York, NY 10023 (212) 459-0600 http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cup/index.html Jennifer Crewe, Editorial Director jc373@columbia.edu Peter Dimock, Senior Executive Editor pd304@columbia.edu Juree Sondker js2185@columbia.edu Sourcebooks, Inc. 1935 Brookdale Rd., Suite 139 Naperville, IL 60563
    • http://www.sourcebooks.com Dominique Raccah, Publisher (@) dominique.raccah@sourcebooks.com 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Hi Gerard, Just letting you know Marie Macaisa is a project editor with MediaFusion but not an acquiring editor on that line. MediaFusion acquisitions are reviewed by everybody so it's fine to submit to: Acquisitions, MediaFusion. Thanks for the note. And keep up the good work, Dominique Hey, Dominique, got it. I'll fix things. Thanks. You too. G. http://everyonewhosanyone.com/ggsyn.html Todd Stocke, Editorial Director todd.stocke@sourcebooks.com Hillel Black, Editor-in-Chief hillel.black@sourcebooks.com hillwen@aol.com Bethany Brown, Senior Editor bethany.brown@sourcebooks.com Erin Shanahan, Editorial Manager, Sphinx erin.shanahan@sourcebooks.com Marie Macaisa, MediaFusion info@sourcebooks.com Peter Lynch peter.lynch@sourcebooks.com
    • F+W Publications, Inc. 4700 E. Galbraith Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45236 (513) 531-2690 116 E. 27th Street New York, NY 10016 (Adams Media) http://www.fwpublications.com David Steward, CEO david.steward@fwpubs.com Sara Domville, President, Book Division sara.domville@fwpubs.com Jane Friedman; Executive Editor (@) Writer's Digest Books Division jane.friedman@fwpubs.com 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Tricia Waddell, Editorial Director, North Light Books tricia.waddell@fwpubs.com Lauren Mosko (@) Editor, Novel & Short Story Writer's Market lauren.mosko@fwpubs.com Hey, Lauren, dat's egzactly what updates is for! I'll fix things. Thanks.
    • G. Thank YOU, Gerard. I appreciate your good work. :) Lauren Adams Media Corporation 57 Littlefield Street Avon, MA 02322 (508) 427-7100 http://www.adamsmedia.com Jill Alexander, Senior Acquisitions Editor jill.alexander@adamsmedia.com Paula Munier paula.munier@adamsmedia.com Nikki Van Noy nikki.van.noy@adamsmedia.com Brielle Kay brielle.kay@adamsmedia.com Jennifer Kushnier, Senior Editor jennifer.kushnier@adamsmedia.com Stephanie McKenna, Rights stephanie.mckenna@adamsmedia.com 12/3/2007 7:49 PM White Pine PO Box 236 Buffalo, NY 14201
    • http://www.whitepine.org Dennis Maloney wpine@whitepine.org Workman Publishing Company 708 Broadway New York, NY 10003 http://www.workman.com Carolan R. Workman info@workman.com Anna Berns annab@workman.com Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill P.O. Box 2225 Chapel Hill, NC 27515 http://www.algonquin.com Shannon Ravenel (see more) shannon@algonquin.com Ina Stern, Associate Publisher ina@algonquin.com Chuck Adams, Jack of Everything chuck@algonquin.com Amy Gash amy@algonquin.com Kathy Pories, Senior Editor kathy@algonquin.com Adrienne Brodeur, Editor ( see more)
    • adrienne.brodeur@harcourt.com Antonia Fusco antonia@algonquin.com Liz Maples 12/3/2007 7:49 PM liz@algonquin.com Glad Day Books P.O. Box 112 Thetford, VT 05074 http://www.gladdaybooks.com Grace Paley (@ ) Robert Nichols (@ ) Barricade Books 185 Bridge Plaza North, Suite 308-A Fort Lee, NJ 07024 http://www.barricadebooks.com Lyle Stuart lyle@barricadebooks.com We publish nonfiction only as for example the upcoming Power Beyond Reason which proves that President Johnson while in office was a manic-depressive paranoiacJ and his disease kept us in the war in Vietnam and cost thousands of American lives... i lyle stuart Dear Lyle: Sounds like a good, eminently believable, book, but let's not forget the three million Vietnamese lives it cost as well. Thanks again. G. http://everyonewhosanyone.com/audio/GGch17m.mp3
    • Carole Stuart cstuart@barricadebooks.com 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Dear Gerard Jones: How come I'm not in your directory? I'm Carole Stuart, publisher of Barricade Books and Lyle Stuart is President. If you want more information, let me know and I'll send it. You do want to be completely up to date, right? We've been publishing for nearly 13 years! Carole Stuart Dear Carole: I had you in there at first, but I couldn't find an e-mail address for you, so I took you out. Anything you want to say I'd be more than happy to put in, sure, as little or as much. Thanks again. G. I'll look it over...I like the informationt very helpful. Carole Thanks. Take your time. Hey, your mission is the furtherance of free speech. So is mine. Ha! G. Yes and it's caused us a lot of expensive
    • grief. (See Steve Wynn v. Barricade Books and v. Lyle Stuart.) Anyway.... Wow. Oh, thank heaven for actual malice, but I'm sure it cost you a pretty penny nonetheless. Tricky business, this truth telling. The best thing I've got going for me is that I'm judgment proofe when you got nothing you got nothing to lose. You should see what I'm 12/3/2007 7:49 PM doing with Oprah Winfrey. She's gonna have a cow. I'm absolutely within my rights to use her in the way I doe thanks to Larry Flynt and Jerry Falwellt but still no publisher will touch it with a ten foot pole. That's the main problem with my nonfiction book too. Here's the first couple lines: "I'm using everyone's real name. They can all sue me. I hope they do. I could use the excitement." Update May, 2003: We publish non-fiction like CONVERSATIONS
    • WITH A PEDOPHILE and CELEBRITY LIES as well as a line of gambling books and true crime with a emphasis on mob-related subjects. Routledge 29 West 35 Street, Suite 61 New York, NY 10001 http://www.routledge-ny.com Matthew Byrnie, Media Studies, Literature, Cultural Studies mbyrnie@routledge-ny.com Dalkey Archive Press Center for Book Culture ISU Campus Box 8905 Normal, IL 61790-8905 http://www.dalkeyarchive.com John O'Brien contact@dalkeyarchive.com 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Granary Books, Inc. 307 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1401 New York, NY 10001 http://www.granarybooks.com Steven Clay sclay@granarybooks.com Graywolf Press
    • 2402 University Avenue #203 Saint Paul, MN 55114 http://www.graywolfpress.org wolves@graywolfpress.org Fiona McCrae, Director and Publisher mccrae@graywolfpress.org Anne Czarniecki, Executive Editor & Art Director czarniec@graywolfpress.org Katie Dublinski, Editorial Manager dublinsk@graywolfpress.org Lyndsay LeClair, Development Manager leclair@graywolfpress.org Ig Publishing 178 Clinton Avenue Brooklyn NY 11205 http://www.igpub.com Robert Lasner (@) igpublishing@earthlink.net 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Gerard, Thanks and good luck with your book. Monkfish should be a good homel they are with us on Consortium.
    • thanks, Robert Lasnere Cool. Consortium ain't exactly Ingram or Baker & Taylor but as soon as all the best books start getting distributed by them they'll be Ingram and Baker & Taylor. Thanks. G. Helicon Nine PO Box 22412 Kansas City, MO 64113 (816) 753-1095 http://www.heliconnine.com Gloria Vando Hickok helicon9@aol.com Newmarket Press 18 East 48th Street, 15th Flr. New York, NY 10017 (212) 832-3575 http://www.newmarketpress.com 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Esther Margolis emargolis@newmarketpress.com
    • Tracey Bussell tbussell@newmarketpress.com Tara Hoffman thoffman@newmarketpress.com Continuum Books 15 East 26th St., Ste. 1703 New York, NY 10010 (212) 953-5858 http://www.continuum-books.com info@continuum-books.com Evander Lomke, VP, Senior Editor evander@continuum-books.com David Barker, Acquisitions Editor david@continuum-books.com Avalon Books 160 Madison Avenue, 5th Floor New York, NY 10016 http://www.avalonbooks.com Erin Cartwright avalon@avalonbooks.com Dorchester Publishing 200 Madison Ave., Ste. 2000 New York, NY 10016 http://www.dorchesterpub.com Don D'Auria, Executive Editor ddauria@dorchesterpub.com
    • Alicia Condon, Editorial Director acondon@dorchesterpub.com Chris Keeslar, Senior Editor ckeeslar@dorchesterpub.com 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Harlequin/Silhouette Books 300 E. 42nd Street, 6th Floor New York, NY 10017 http://www.eharlequin.com Canada Office Loriana Sacilotto, EVP, Global Publishing loriana_sacilotto@harlequin.ca Tara Gavin, Editorial Director, Next tara_gavin@harlequin.ca Tracy Farrell, Executive Editor tracy_farrell@harlequin.ca Leslie Wainger, Executive Editor leslie_wainger@harlequin.ca Abby Zidle, Executive Editor, HQN abby_zidle@harlequin.ca Mavis Allen, Senior Editor, Steeple Hill mavis_allen@harlequin.ca Gail Chasan, Senior Editor gail_chasan@harlequin.ca
    • Dianne Moggy, Senior Editor, MIRA dianne_moggy@harlequin.ca Melissa Jeglinski, Senior Editor melissa_jeglinski@harlequin.ca Ann Leslie Tuttle, Editor, Harlequin annleslie_tuttle@harlequin.ca Keyren Gerlach keyren_gerlach@harlequin.ca Red Dress Ink 233 Broadway, Suite 1001 New York NY 10279 http://www.reddressink.com Kathryn Lye, Editor, Red Dress Ink kathryn_lye@harlequin.ca 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Callaway Editions 54 Seventh Avenue South New York, NY 10014 http://www.callaway.com Nicholas Callaway, Publisher nicholas_callaway@callaway.com Gival Press PO Box 3812 Arlington, VA 22203 (703) 351-0079 http://www.givalpress.com
    • Robert L. Giron (@) givalpress@yahoo.com Stone v. Stone 9 Barrow Street New York, NY 10014 (212) 941-1200 Webster Stone wstone@stonevstone.com Autonomedia PO Box 568 Williamsburgh Station Brooklyn, NY 11211 http://www.autonomedia.org Jim Fleming, Editor and Publisher info@autonomedia.org 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Hill Street Press 191 East Broad Street, Suite Athens, Georgia 30601 http://www.hillstreetpress.com Tom Payton, Editor and Publisher payton@hillstreetpress.com Judy Long, VP and Editor-in-Chief
    • long@hillstreetpress.com Other Press 307 7th Avenue, Suite 1807 New York, NY 10001 http://www.otherpress.com Rosemary Ahern editor@otherpress.com Daniel Reid, Editor editor@otherpress.com Donald M. Grant Publisher PO Box 187, Surrey Lane Hampton Falls, NH 03844 (603) 778-7191 http://www.grantbooks.com Robert K. Wiener ( 666) karenf@grantbooks.com Kellee Larson kellee@grantbooks.com Karen Franklin (666) karenf@grantbooks.com 12/3/2007 7:49 PM Please, remove our company from your list. I'll put a
    • mark by your name and not send you any more e-mails but I can't remove your company from my list 'cause you are who you are and do what you do. Thanks. G. That's fine, but I must request that you put next to our company that we are not accepting submissions. Thank you for your cooperation. Karen Okey-doke. Thanks. G. Mercury House PO Box 192850 San Francisco, CA 94119 http://www.mercuryhouse.org Kirsten Janene-Nelson, Executive Director (@) mercury@mercuryhouse.org Sepia/BET Books
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