Anyone know anything about this publisher?
Some of the covers are just beautiful.
I don't know anything about them, but they list one of their guest editors as Jay Lake, and he's top-notch.
Eric Reynolds and I share a mutual Facebook friend, and he gave me some great advice and even took the time to look at the beginnings of my novella to tell me if he thought my writing had potential at all. Great guy, wish I wrote in the genres they deal with
I've met the owner at several events (conventions/signings) in our region, selling the company's various titles. I haven't looked into the company itself, but he seemed to know his stuff from the times that we've talked. I do believe during our past conversations, he mentioned they utilize print-on-demand for printing books, so I imagine they likely suffer some of the same-old related issues in that regard.
Hadley Rille Books titles are available through several distributors including Ingram, Baker & Taylor, Follett, and
Hadley Rille Books titles are also available directly from the Publisher. Please email us for more information, or to
set up an order: contact [at] hadleyrillebooks [dot] com.
All titles are fully returnable, and we offer standard discounts.
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I had a short story in one of their anthologies several years ago, and I have a friend who's had a book published with them. They edit well, the covers are awesome, and they pay on time.
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Appears niche, with concentration on archeology related to and combined with SF and epic fantasy. Most of the staff seem to be writers--there some smatterings of editorial experience in a few cases.
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