Written by Emily Harstone November 29th, 2014

Anaiah Press: Open to Manuscript Submissions

Anaiah Press is a Christian digital first publisher. They publish faith based fiction and non fiction.  However they have a large number of editors for such a small organization and many of the editors have a fair amount of experience.  The editors (aside from the managing editor) all have wishlists below their profile. These wishlists make it clear what kind of manuscripts they are particularly interested in.

At this point they are still a relatively new publisher having been around for little over a year.  However the cover art appears to have made a marked improvement in this time, however there is still room to grow.

As a Christian Press they do not accept works that are anti-faith, contain gratuitous sex, or encourage religious or social intolerance.

They are accepting manuscript submissions for the following imprints: Anaiah Presence (45,000 – 110,000 words), Anaiah Romance (20,000 – 90,000 words), Anaiah Surge (45,000 – 90,000 words), Anaiah Adventures (up to 60,000 words), and Anaiah Inspirations (20,000 -90,000 words). The imprints page gives potential submitters a better idea of what each of the imprints are looking for.

They pay royalties in the amount of 40% on net for digital format and 9-12% net on all other formats. Right now they are primarily a digital publisher.

If you are interested in submitting, send a query letter and the first three chapters in the body of an email to their general submission address or to the editor that you feel would be most intrusted in your work. They try to contact all submitters within 8-12 weeks. Make sure you mention in your query which imprint your work is intended for.

To learn more or to submit, visit their website here.


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