Foster Embry is for authors, by authors. We encourage collaboration between artist and publisher, and every author receives personal attention. If you have a story waiting to be told, polish it up and send it our way. Please read our guidelines below to ensure your work fits our current needs.
In the not-yet-immortal words of one of our founders: Write on!
No short stories unless they are part of an anthology that is at least a total of fifty-five thousand words.
Foster Embry wants to respect authors' creativity, however, we have a few requests...
Rachael Tamayo puts a new spin on Prince Charming in this modern retelling of a classic love story. This time, however, the princess doesn't need anyone to rescue her.
Isabella Adams' third novel in the Markos Mystery Series. Detective Patrick Malone, gunned down over two decades ago, left behind a legacy of secrets and betrayal. Now, his son Sean is left to untangle the web of lies before history repeats itself.
Emmy-award winning author, Pat Obermeier brings us a modern-day love story. Set in New York City, this delightful tale brings us into the world of an electronic dating app and all of its resultant consequences. Funny and relatable for anyone involved with on-line dating, The LoveBeep is sure to keep you reading until the end.
At this time we only accept email submissions. Please see our Submission Guidelines (a link to which can be found at the top of this page) for further information.
Please use the Contact Us form to let us know what we can do for you.
If you mail us your submission, we will get it much later than you want us to, and we may Return To Sender.
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We believe there is a story inside all of us. We want to help authors share their art while giving back to their community. With every publication, we give authors the opportunity to donate a percentage of their royalties to the charity of their choice (this is not, however, a requirement to publish with us, just an opportunity).
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We are not a vanity press. Authors do not pay to publish their work with us. In fact, we believe that, in the ever eloquent spirit of Harlan Ellison, when it comes to publishing an author's work: you can use my stuff, all you gotta do is pay me.