Saturday, October 30, 2010

New YA imprint, upcoming releases and other news from NSP Books

E-Volve Books for Young Adults

Naked Snake Press would like to announce the addition of the imprint called E-Volve Books. We will be considering speculative and fantastic fiction specifically for young adults. And we are extremely pleased to say that Derek Clendening's The Vampire Way will be the first release from the E-Volve Books line, schedule for April 2011.

The website will be going live in a couple of weeks so check here or the main NSP Books website for updates.

Authors of YA fiction, get those manuscripts ready. E-Volve Books will open to submissions on January 1, 2011. Detailed guidelines will be posted here in the coming days.

Upcoming releases from NSP Books

The "re-birth" of Naked Snake Press is really coming together! In addition to Derek Clendening's The Vampire Way in spring 2011, his novel The Between Years will be hitting the shelves in December 2010. Stay tuned for more information as the release date draws nearer.

Coming in November, we have two poetry releases. First is The Ultimate perVERSEities from Kurt Newton, followed by ChemICKal Reactions from Karen Newman.

Late November/early December brings us Martin Kier and the Dead from everyone's favorite "zombie guy" Eric S. Brown. NSP Books is very excited to have Eric on board once again.

December also brings us Poe Little Thing: In Space No One Can Hear You Scream, an anthology of horror/sci-fi flash and poetry. Everyone awaiting a response on their submission to POE should hear something by the end of next week. Apologies for the long response times--we never anticipated such a flood of terrific submissions.

Finally, the NSP Books blog is still open to anyone who would like to guest. Just send along your writing or horror-related article, promo, interview, review, etc. If you are an author or artist who would like to request an interview, email us and we will get some questions to you.

Contact me at with questions or comments. We are currently closed to all submissions, unless requested. We will re-open to novel submissions on January 1, 2011 for the NSP Books, E-Volve Books and another themed collection (theme to be determined).

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