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Dear Readers: I sometimes receive e-mails asking for recommendations for publishers. Sometimes the person has already written a book, while sometimes the book is still in the planning stages.

Most recently, an author asked me if I had any recommendations for a volume of poetry, saying (in part):

I just completed my 3rd book as well and want to get it out in print as soon as possible. My genre is “Religious Poetry”.

Kindly refer to the attachment and please inform me promptly which publisher would be interested in my manuscript.

I also received an e-mail from someone interested in writing a book on a mental health topic. If I understood this author correctly, the book is not yet written. However, the author is an expert in mental health who has also given talks and lectures about the topic of the book. This author asks:

Any recommendations for publishing companies that would be interested in this project?

Check back soon for my response to these questions – and feel free to contribute your own insights as well.

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Amel is an experienced freelance writer, editor, and Arabic to English translator. She started the Muslim Writers Club as a means of sharing useful information about the art (and business) of writing.
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  1. Am Mariam lerato Seutloali I love writing ..am from Lesotho but work in south Africa..I want to improve my writing and print my own book soon but I need someone guide me step by step..please I need help

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