Harlequin Blaze will be published until June 2017. All Blaze titles will continue to be available for purchase at Harlequin.com and digital retailers (hence no rights reversion). Harlequin is opening a new line: Harlequin is thrilled to announce the launch of a new sexy, contemporary series in July 2017. After ... more >
We blogged a couple of weeks ago about Iris Print and the speculations that it was closing its doors. One of the more prominent authors, Rebecca Day, had encouraged people to still buy her book Thaw that was published by Iris. Tina, I wouldn’t say things are resolved – just ... more >
Update: The website has been updated and the publishing house is closing its doors after a little over 1 year in operation. I’m not quite clear on all the details so I’ll just report what I’ve been emailedand what I can glean from message boards. Tiger Publications is a small ... more >
Publisher’s Weekly has a small article about the state of GLBT Publishing. The while the writers of GLBT fiction are strong, the sub genre seems to be marginalized. In my view, it is clear that today there is less and less visible publishing of gay and lesbian books. Carroll & ... more >
I received a warning regarding Ocean’s Mist Press and a question as to its current status. Apparently sometime in 2006, Ocean Mist announced that it would be closing its doors. Then in early 2007, it was announced that there would be new management. No books were released, although the submissions ... more >
Stardust Press is an epublisher who started last fall (2006). It doesn’t appear to be a fly-by-night operation as it was reported that it gave $50 advances per the contract. For whatever reasons, Stardust Press will soon no longer be a going concern according to a source.