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Edgar & Lenore’s Publishing House Submissions Guidelines

By Aprylskies @edgarandlenores
Edgar & Lenore’s Publishing House is now accepting submissions locally, nationally and internationally. *Art submissions are also accepted by following the guidelines below (no minimum for art submissions).

Submission Guidelines: Whether you are submitting poems or art for consideration as a featured guest , for the Examiner.com (Local writer's in the Los Angeles Area only) or submitting a full manuscript, please read and follow the guidelines below carefully.Send via email to:eappublishing@gmail.comor via postal service to:Edgar & Lenore’s Publishing HouseAttn: Apryl Skies - Editor13547 Ventura BoulevardSherman Oaks CA 91423For featured guest poet submissions: Please clarify if this is a “Local Submission” for the Examiner.com

  • ·   Submit 3-5 poems
  • ·   A brief bio – Please include your current city.
  • ·   Photo of yourself
  • ·   Publication history- Where can we view your work? Your website, blog, or links containing published works.
  • ·   Contact information
For author publishing submissions or book reviews: Please clarify if this is a “Local Submission” for the Examiner.com. If your submission is a request for book review please indicate that in your cover letter or initial email.
  • ·   Submit a polished manuscript
  • ·   A brief bio - Please include your current city.
  • ·   Photo of yourself
  • ·   Publication history- Where can we view your work? Your website, blog, or links   containing your original published works.
  • ·   Publication history- A list of previously published work, Amazon links etc. Where else can we view your work? Your website, blog, or links containing published works.  
  • ·   Book cover art
  • ·   Contact information
For Book Reviews: We will only review professionally published books. All book reviews will be submitted to Amazon where applicable.


Thank you. 
Looking forward to all the poetry to come pouring in. 
Be (Inspire)d
~Apryl Skies 
www.EdgarAllanPoet.com

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