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Thread: [Publisher] Children's Brains are Yummy Books / CBAY

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    [Publisher] Children's Brains are Yummy Books / CBAY

    I hope it's okay to post this--I searched and couldn't find anything on the small press CBAY (Children's Brains are Yummy) books. I'm particularly interested in if anyone out there knows or has worked with editor Madeline Smoot.

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    For those following along at home, here's a link:
    http://www.cbaybooks.com/about.html

    NOTE: Until I checked the link, I was a bit worried it might be a house that specialized in zombie tales
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    Has anyone had any experience with this publisher?

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    I don't know. Their site hasn't been updated in a while. They only have one teen book, "coming out in 2011"? The fact that they haven't had any other teen book since then makes me pause a little. I would suggest contacting them and asking more questions before submitting.
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