While we are still busy preparing our line-up for this year - which includes a powerful science fiction novel, a romantic YA urban fantasy, a humorous look at Canadian History, and another sweet children's book - we are also accepting submissions for next year's publishing schedule.

As a small press, we only publish three to five titles a year, which means we must be highly selective with the pieces we choose. We've had to pass on many fantastic manuscripts due to the fact that we are, indeed, quite small, and can therefore only accept those manuscripts that will be the very best fit for Peasantry Press.

To those talented writers out there: never forget, if you have a story to tell and the right words to tell it, go for it. There are so many excellent publishing options, from big publishing houses to small presses like ours to the vast array of independent publishing resources.

That said, if you're a writer with a manuscript ready for publication and are considering Peasantry Press, we'd love to take a look at it. We're not picky about genre, but we do remind you to note that we're considered a publisher of "clean" fiction, which means we don't publish work with profanity, graphic violence, or sexuality. If you're thinking of sending in some work, keep it PG or lower, folks. To find out more, visit our submissions section. 

If you're a reader, we're excited to let you know that Peasantry Press is working towards publishing a selection of excellent work, from children's books to genre novels to literary fiction. For now, we'd encourage you to check out our first release, Fur Is Only Fur Deep, an illustrated children's book written by Julia Schettler. Also, sign up for our newsletter, to keep in the know about when our new releases are out! We also have give-aways and promotions, available only to our subscribers.

Here's wishing you a happy new year. May you feel much, read much, love much, and live fully. All the best in 2016, to you from Peasantry Press.


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