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    LUNA (div. of Harlequin)

    I've searched the forums and can't find a thread on this Harlequin imprint (they're unusual in that they publish fantasy rather than romance). The website for Luna is http://www.eharlequin.com/store.html?cid=309 and the only submission guidelines I can find for them are here: http://www.eharlequin.com/articlepag...=698&chapter=0

    I'm frustrated trying to figure out if they accept unsolicited submissions, if they're open for submissions, and if so, where they want submissions sent. It certainly sounds like they're trying very hard to keep people from contacting them. Does anyone have any experience submitting here?
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    This part of the guidelines seems to answer your questions:

    Submissions
    Detailed synopsis and three sample chapters or complete manuscript if available
    Simultaneous submissions are acceptable
    If a previous editorial relationship in the company has been established, that can be continued ó or feel free to submit to the editors below:

    Executive Editor: Tracy Farrell
    Editorial Office: New York, U.S.A
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    Well, the lack of submissions address, for one.

    ETA: and I could swear a few weeks ago when I checked their guidelines, it didn't have that information. Feeling kind of dumb now.
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    That editor info's old. I believe the Executive Editor now is Tara Parsons (Tracy retired in February)--at least Tara was the editor in March when I subbed. Send subs to their New York address.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erin View Post
    That editor info's old. I believe the Executive Editor now is Tara Parsons (Tracy retired in February)--at least Tara was the editor in March when I subbed. Send subs to their New York address.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saanen View Post
    I could swear a few weeks ago when I checked their guidelines, it didn't have that information. Feeling kind of dumb now.
    I see no need for it. Who knows how often they fiddle with their website, or when the details were changed?
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    Just wondering if anyone has more recent information on LUNA, and whether they're still accepting submissions? I don't see any mention of this line on the main submissions page http://www.harlequin.com/articlepage...=538&chapter=0, or any option to submit to them via the new Submittable system, though the guidelines are still online at http://www.harlequin.com/articlepage...=698&chapter=0.

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    I can't find any information, but in their Luna Books store, the newest title they've released is from Sep 2013.
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    Is (re)issuing books by Mercedes Lackey this year, but by most accounts LUNA authors were moved to MIRA.
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