About Mozark Press
Mozark Press is a small publishing company in central Missouri dedicated to producing quality paperback books. We will publish short story collections, inspirational works, anthologies, general fiction and non-fiction.
We plan to publish 1-5 new books per year. Our first book was launched February 2010.
Mozark Press will publish only books that meet our standards. We expect manuscripts to be polished and error-free when submitted.
Contact us if you want to see your work in print, but haven't been successful with a major publishing company. Maybe you have considered self-publishing, but do not have the time or know-how to do it yourself. We've been there, done that and wouldn't wish it on anyone.
We are interested in new or established authors. Mozark Press will partner with our authors. We will provide a complimentary author webpage for one year. We won't ask you to sign a long-term contract and you will retain the copyright to your work.
We do not accept unsolicited manuscripts. If you have a completed manuscript you would like us to consider, send a query letter to Our Publisher.
Call for Submissions - That Mysterious Woman
Notice: Mozark Press seeks fiction stories for an upcoming anthology, A Shaker of Margaritas: That Mysterious Woman.
Notice: Submissions Close on 07/25/2014
For this anthology, we are looking for mysteries with a female protagonist. Send us your cozies, soft-boiled mysteries, suspenseful tales, capers, or whodunits with a strong emphasis on character, plot, and good old-fashioned storytelling.
Give your imagination free rein. Any style will be considered except pornographic. See complete guidelines here.
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Mozark Press Sponsors Write Direction Conference
Mozark Press is pleased to sponsor the Columbia Writers Guild annual Write Direction Conference held in Columbia, Missouri.
This one day event gives attendees an opportunity to learn more about writing for publication. Speakers in the past have included the poets laureate of Missouri, editors and publishers as well as authors who can speak to specific genres, the pros and cons of trying to become published in them.