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    New Fish; Learning About Thick Skin The Mindful Writer's Avatar
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    Magination Press

    Has anyone ever submitted to Magination Press? They are an American Psychological Association imprint and specialize in children's books about various psyc issues/disorders. I'm considering submitting something to them (I have a Master's in Clinical Psyc) and was just curious if anyone has any personal experience with them...

    thanks!

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    practical experience, FTW MickRooney's Avatar
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    If this is them, then they seem pretty reputable.


    http://www.maginationpress.com/

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    Yes, that's them thanks - sorry I forgot to provide the link.

    Since they are affiliated with the APA, I'm sure they're reputable. Was just wanting to know if anyone had any personal experience submitting anything to them - turnaround time, success stories (or not), etc.

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    I'm sure someone on AW will have direct or indirect info/experience on them, but you may need to give it a day or two for responses.

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    Or a year or two ...

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