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Turtleduck Press looking for new members!

As you may or may not know, I’ve been a member of Turtleduck Press for 3 years now.  We are an indie co-op publisher looking to bring less commercial but quality works to the public.  I made my debut with Life as a Moving Target, along with KD Sarge’s Knight Errant, and Kit Campbell’s Hidden Worlds on December 1, 2010.

Three years later, we’re still going strong.  It’s just the four of us (KD Sarge, Kit Campbell, Siri Paulson, and myself), and we love what we’re doing.  However, we’d like to find new members, bring in some new blood.  We’re finally ready to do that.

So, writers, if you have a novel or novella that paints outside the lines instead of inside, or crosses genres, is longer than what is generally accepted (or shorter, for that matter!), if you’d like to take your writing to the next level, and if you’re looking for a fun, inventive group, we want to hear from you!

You must have a polished manuscript to be considered.

Check out our submissions page.  For more information on us and what we do, check out our About Us page.