Search & Information
Search for publishers, agents, editors, packagers…if you know the name you can find it here.
LMP, Literary Marketplace. By registering you can browse for free. Gain access to trade services and resources and basic information on publishers and literary agents worldwide. For complete access to the database you must subscribe.
Writers Market (book). Where and how to sell what you write.
Duotrope is a subscription-based service for writers and artists that offers an extensive, searchable database of current fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and visual art publishers and agents, a calendar of upcoming deadlines, a personal submission tracker, and useful statistics compiled from the millions of data points we’ve gathered on the publishers and agents we list.
The website, pw.org, includes the Directory of Poets & Writers, which provides contact information, publication credits, and biographical information for more than 9,300 authors; databases of literary magazines and journals, small and independent presses, literary agents, MFA programs, writing contests, and literary places; a national literary events calendar; and select content from Poets & Writers Magazine.
How to Write Successful Queries for Any Genre of Writing
By Robert Lee Brewer of Writer’s Digest
The Complete Guide to Query Letters
by Jane Friedman
How to find a good one
Association of Authors’ Representatives Find a Literary Agent
Search Literary Agents Database from FirstWriter.com
Are you willing to pay to have someone submit your work to agents?
Which one is Right for You?
Florida Publishing and Printing companies from Manta.com
Search Publishers Database from FirstWriters.com
Review of Publishers from Piers Anthony
Keep up with the latest in the publishing world.
Publishers Weekly magazine.
Some Florida Publishers’ pages
Faithful Life Publisher, Fort Myers
Krieger Publishing Co
Star Group International
University Press of Florida
Publishers of Picture Books/Children’s Books
Free Author’s Guide to Successful Publishing from Friesenpress
KDP self-publishing (Amazon) Print on Demand
Createspace is no longer available — POD is now part of KDP.
Ingram Spark Print on Demand
Publishing a Book: A Guide to Becoming an Author from Bulk Books
Wikipedia talks about different types of Self-publishing.
Book Sellers & Distributors
Sell Your Book at Barnes & Noble
APPLES AND ORANGES: An Analysis And Comparison of Distribution Agreements
List of Distributors and Wholesalers from NonFiction Authors Association
Publishers Weekly free online