Liveright Publishing Corporation grew out of the storied Boni & Liveright press, one of the most important publishers of the early twentieth century. Under the editorial guidance of Horace Liveright the firm captured the flowering literature of the 1920s and 1930s, publishing some of the most celebrated American writers of the period, including William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, Sherwood Anderson, Gertrude Stein, Anita Loos and Theodore Dreiser.
Sep 1, 2011 · September/October 2011. 9.1.11. This summer W. W. Norton announced plans to resurrect one of the most storied imprints in American publishing, Liveright & Company. Established in 1917 as Boni & Liveright by Horace Liveright and business partner Albert Boni (Boni stepped down in the 1920s), the house introduced American readers to early works by luminaries such as Hart Crane, E. E. Cummings, William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, Dorothy Parker, and Jean Toomer, as well as translations of ...
Nov 23, 2015 · How to submit: Manuscripts should be typed doubled-spaced and accompanied by a cover letter that includes a brief biography of the author, including publishing history. The letter should also...
Some publishers open and close their doors to submissions on a routine basis. It can be hard to determine if they are open or shut to submissions, and when you should submit. The following ten publishers, however, are always open to submissions from writers without agents or previous publishing experience. They are all respected publishers with good reputations, and are listed here in no particular order.
Writers Submissions. KENSINGTON: Established in 1974, Kensington, America's independent publisher, located in New York City, is the foremost independent publishing house in the United States publishing in hardcover, trade paperback, and mass market. We publish over 600 books annually in both fiction and non-fiction. Kensington has sweeping and diverse imprints, including Kensington, Zebra Books, Pinnacle Books, Lyrical Press, Dafina Books, and Citadel Press.