Has anyone heard or dealt with Shady Hill Press, located in Utah? I live in UT and was just searching local presses.
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Shady Hill is a division of Eborn books:
Shady Hill will only accept hard copy submissions.Eborn Books publishes works of a historical, doctrinal, and biographical nature within the paradigm of the LDS or Mormon Faith...We highly recommend having your book as press ready as possible prior to submission. Please ensure that your manuscript has been edited, peer-reviewed, and represents thorough research and development. For a list of recommended editor(s) please feel free to email us with a brief synopsis of your work and we can make appropriate recommendations.
Shady Hill Press is very interested in seeking manuscripts of a fictional, fantasy and sci-fi nature within the understanding that our primary, though not exclusive audience, are readers within the LDS or Mormon faith...We highly recommend having your book as press ready as possible prior to submission.
There's also a blog which mentions additional editing fees:
Additional fees? Or indeed 'fee's'? I'd give this one a miss.Should you prefer to have your book reviewed or edited prior to submission (highly recommended) send your manuscript to:
ATTN: Shady Hill Submissions
4031 South 1950 West
West Valley City, UT 84119
Additional Fee’s will apply for review or editing of content.
Last edited by aliceshortcake; 05-18-2013 at 02:06 AM.
"There is only one thing worse than being obliged to sit cross-legged on the grass, and that is being obliged to sit cross-legged on the grass near an ant colony"
Oscar Wilde (citation needed)
If you go to http://www.ebornbooks.com/home.html (instead with "/publishing" appended), the main page shows that Eborn Books is "Utah's Largest New, Used, and Rare Bookstore!"
The prices on their publishing titles indicate POD.
Looks like a bookstore started a sideline business of pod/ebook publishing.
"A story told, that can't be real / yet somehow must reflect the truth we feel..." -- Black Sabbath / Ronnie James Dio
One way to follow up is to quietly take that trip to Eborn.. They took over Sam Weller's old location right across from KUTV after Weller relocated to Trolley Square. Gallivan Trax Station if you don't feel like dealing with the parking. First I heard they had an ebook division. You'd be better off going with Seagull first though, if its LDS related stuff. Or Deseret Book.