Tor Publishing Guidelines Information
Website URL: https://www.tor.com
Description: Tor Books is a publisher of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery, Thriller and Suspense, and Other Speculative Fiction.
Needs: Tor/Forge says it has an open submissions policy. The submissions guidelines say, "We have an open submissions policy and consider tens of thousands of projects a year. Every proposal that reaches us is reviewed by at least one member of the editorial staff. We apologize in advance for replying primarily with form letters; unfortunately, there's no other way to handle responses in a timely manner."
Tips: Note: There are separate guidelines here for Tor.com, but it says they are currently closed to unsolicited submissions.
How to Submit: Do not send a query. Follow the four step process for completing a submissions packet as details on the submissions page. Address your submissions to the appropriate editor.
Guidelines Url: https://www.torforgeblog.com/faq/
Address: Tom Doherty Associates, LLC 175 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10010
This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2018-01-05
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