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Thread: Yucca Publishing

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    Yucca Publishing

    Does anyone know anything about this firm?

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    Their "Our History" page says they are a joint venture between a literary agency and Skyhorse Publishing. Which makes me "Hmmmm," a little.

    The website has pretty nice book covers and seems geared towards readers so that's a start.
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    Yes. I did a Google search, and got zip; I searched here, and got another zip. Anyway, can anyone tell me anything about it? I have found out it's an imprint, or a division, of Skyhorse Publishing. Does that jingle any alarm bells?

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    There is a thread on Skyhorse Publishing here. It's been a while since I read through it, but I believe it was mostly positive. (I would encourage you to look through it yourself though.)
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    Skyhorse is a reputable publisher.

    There's no submissions info though.

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    Thanks, Aggy.

    I saw no way to submit to Yucca, either, but you can submit to Skyhorse.

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    Parent agency, Peter Riva's International Transactions (AW thread). I expect it's clients only.
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