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2019 Open Proposal Call!

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We’re pleased to announce that we’re opening our submissions to proposals once again. We want to see your WIPs while they’re still in progress—no full manuscripts required to submit! This proposal call is open to any of the genres we publish, as outlined below. Have a mystery proposal you’ve been dying to pitch? Writing a contemporary […]

Introducing Carina Adores, a trope-driven LGBTQ+ contemporary romance line, now open for submissions!

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Today we are excited to share a new line that’s been in the works for months, and one we’ve been eager to reveal and get started reading submissions for! Carina Press is pleased to announce our trope-based LGBTQ+ contemporary romance line, Carina Adores. We invite everyone to head over to our submissions guidelines page here […]

What the Editors Want: Fall 2018 Edition

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Carina Press wants to reaffirm our commitment to inclusion and representation in our publishing program and extend a specific invitation to Black authors, authors of color, queer authors, disabled authors and other traditionally underrepresented voices. We want to see your submissions across all romance and mystery subgenres and tropes. We strive to make our list […]

#CarinaPitch is back and we’re open to proposals this year!

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**This event is now over and we have closed comments on this post. If you have any questions, please contact us via email. Thank you to everyone who participated and made this a successful event!**   April 18, 2018 THE CARINA PRESS EDITORIAL TEAM WILL BE HOLDING OUR ANNUAL PITCH EVENT ON TWITTER VIA THE […]

What the Carina Press Editors Want–Updated Winter 2018 Edition

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Carina Press has long been known for our wide variety of categories, subgenres, niches and word counts across all heat levels of romance (including contemporary, paranormal, erotic, romantic suspense and more!) as well as mysteries both with and without romantic elements. As always, we are actively seeking diverse protagonists and inclusivity across subgenres. We understand […]

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