Tu Publishing Changes Hands

A friend and commenter emailed this to me and I wanted to share it, since I've mentioned Tu Publishing before (and how much I wish they took adult titles). 

Lee & Low has a new imprint, Tu Books, now open for unsolicited submissions. They'd like diverse fantasy and science fiction for middle graders and young adults--particularly, SFF that features people of color as main characters, for ages 8-18. If you fit that age range, genre, etc., and your novel is finished (polished and ready for publication) go to their guidelines page for more details on how to submit.

Thanks again, Colleen!




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7 Responses to “Tu Publishing Changes Hands”

  1. Barbara Ann Wright says:

    That's really cool! Do you know any other publishers that are actively seeking novels starring characters of color?

  2. Rachna Chhabria says:

    Thanks Victoria..will check it out.

  3. Victoria Dixon says:

    Not off the top of my head, Barbara Ann, but I always keep an ear out. 🙂

    Good luck to both of you!

  4. Emy (Sandy) Shin says:

    I followed Tu Publishing's process before it was set up, and think it's such a wonderful thing. I'm glad it's still going strong!

    Emy Shin (my new blog)

  5. Natalie Aguirre says:

    Thanks Victoria. The whole story how Stacy Whitman founded Tu Publishing is so amazing. Just like an author's path to publication.

  6. Victoria Dixon says:

    Yeah, I've been cheering Tu since she was still raising funds. I'm glad this economy hasn't stopped them. Thanks for the new blog link!

    Hey, Natalie. I knew she'd gone through a lot of fund raising and waiting patiently (sounds familiar), but you sound like you're referring to something else. Can you elaborate?

  7. Natasha Hanova says:

    Thanks for sharing!

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