As a small independent publisher, my possibilities for publishing books are very limited, but at the same time I welcome enquiries concerning submissions of studies, translations, or a proposal for a book from anyone who feels that they have delved deeply into any aspect that concerns the Greek world and its ramifications as defined in the home and about pages. All such enquiries should initially be concise and include a synopsis, and perhaps a few selected pages of the actual text.

Unfortunately, I am able to consider only non-fiction submissions — though at the same time I ascribe to the exception proving the rule. From my experience, writers of fiction should first approach publishers who have the means to promote and market such books, which I do not have, and so any unsolicited submissions of fiction writing that I receive might go unacknowledged.

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