Frequently Asked Questions

How do I inquire about Permissions and Copyright?

How do I request a Review Copy?

Where can I get Promotional Materials?

Do you offer eBooks?

Do you offer alternate format texts?

How do I contact an author?

Where can I submit my manuscript?


Permissions and Copyright
The imprint may be found on the spine or copyright page of the book.

Please visit our Rights & Permissions section for information on inquiring about subsidiary or translation rights or to request permission to reprint copyrighted material.

For more information about imprints and divisions please visit our Divisions and Imprints page.

 

Review copies
Requests for review copies from teachers or librarians must be sent via email to education.library@simonandschuster.com and include complete contact information.

 

Promotional materials
We have promotional materials for classroom and library use such as posters, bookmarks, and reading group guides. To request materials, please email us at education.library@simonandschuster.com and include your complete contact information and quantity of materials desired.

 

eBooks
Simon & Schuster offers our eBooks to the library, academic, and K-12 markets through a number of wholesalers. Please contact your preferred wholesaler to inquire about purchasing.

 

Alternate Format Texts
For alternate formats for students with print disabilities, please visit Bookshare.org.

 

Contact an Author
You may write to an author in care of Simon & Schuster.

Write to:
(Author's Name)
c/o (Imprint or Division*) Publicity Department
Simon & Schuster, Inc.
1230 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10020

Manuscript Submissions
As a general policy, Simon & Schuster does not review or return unsolicited manuscripts or artwork. We suggest that prospective authors and illustrators submit their materials through a professional literary agent.

We cannot recommend specific agents for your work but a directory of agents is one section of Literary Market Place, a reference work that can be found in most libraries. Literary Market Place also has a website. www.literarymarketplace.com.

Alternatively, should you wish to pursue self-publishing your work, we invite you to explore the services offered by Archway Publishing, from Simon & Schuster. Visit www.archwaypublishing.com for more information.

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