The Anaphora Literary Press was started as an academic press with the publication of the Pennsylvania Literary Journal (PLJ) in 2009. In the Winter of 2010, Anaphora began accepting book-length submissions. Anaphora has now published over 120 creative and non-fiction books. John Paul Jaramillo’s collection of short stories received an honorable mention for the Latino Literacy Now’s Mariposa Award Best First Fiction Book Award. Professors have taught from a few Anaphora books. Many Anaphora writers have scheduled readings at the top venues like Barnes and Nobles, AWP, and major libraries. Anaphora books have been featured in national newspapers and on major network broadcasts. PLJ has published interviews with best-selling and award-winning writers like Geraldine Brooks and Larry Niven, as well as interviews with the winners of the Sundance and Brooklyn Film festivals.
Submissions: Actively seeking single and multiple-author books in fiction (poetry, novels, and short story collections) and non-fiction (academic, legal, business, journals, edited and un-edited dissertations, biographies, and memoires). Email full MS (books must be completed prior to submission), bio, summary and marketing plan in a single Word document to email@example.com. Profits are split 50/50% with writers. Direct author sales of discounted copies, and collaborative marketing are essential to the success of a project. Anaphora is currently primarily printing books POD with Lightning Source, a subsidiary of Ingram. Anaphora does not have any outside funding and every book has to recuperate expenses invested into it. Anna Faktorovich, PhD, an English professor, is the Director and Owner, and designs most of the books.
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Check out the Anaphora Channel on YouTube for animated shorts and book trailers, like this 5-minute storyboard cartoon, “The Trippers”: