Our company specializes in books on Aboriginal and social justice issues, law, and western Canadian history. Within those areas we focus on books of a multidisciplinary nature for the university, college, and reference market. We are delighted to hear from potential authors who believe that their manuscript will be of interest to us. As a first step, we strongly recommend that you send us a query about your book or proposed book. Your query should briefly outline the nature of your book, provide a proposed table of contents, and an idea of who you see the book appealing to, as well as a brief biography indicating your background and qualifications to write the book. We do consider proposals that are based on theses. When sending us a query based on a thesis, in addition to the above information, provide us details on additional work you see being done to convert the thesis to a book. Proposals are accepted by mail, fax, or electronically. Do not fax or email a manuscript. If you are uncertain whether your proposal falls is within our areas of interest you can call us to query. Ask for one of the publishers. Unfortunately, we cannot advise people with manuscripts falling outside our areas of specialization as to a possible publisher. In those cases, we suggest you visit your local library and bookstore to see who has published books similar to your manuscript. We do try and respond to queries as soon as possible. However, it may take up to 8 weeks of receipt or occasionally longer, especially if we need to seek outside opinions about the proposal. In considering a proposal, and subsequently the manuscript, three factors are considered: is the work publishable; does it fit in with other books we are planning to release in the near future; and finally, what is the market potential for the work. There are works that we consider publishable, but which we don t believe we can successful market. As publishers, we work extensively with authors in helping develop and shape those manuscripts that we believe are worthy of publication. Our publishers and editors have extensively experience in Aboriginal issues, law, history, and working in the academic setting. If we re interested in your proposal, we ll invite you to send your manuscript or your thesis, if the book will be based on a thesis. We also welcome opportunities to review draft chapters as they are prepared, if you are still working on the manuscript. This allows us to provide you with feedback as the manuscript is finalized and ready for our editor. If we re interested in your manuscript, we have the following suggestions for authors as you work on the manuscript: -The manuscript must be typed and double-spaced on standard letter-sized paper, with a 2.5 cm (1 inch) margin on all sides. Please ensure that all pages are numbered in the text. Do not submit manuscripts electronically unless the publishers have agreed to this in advance. -Chapters, headings, and subheadings must be clearly identified, but the use of the "styles" options in programs such as Microsoft Word and WordPerfect is discouraged.
Purich Publishing Ltd. is Saskatoon-based company (Saskatchewan, Canada) with a phone number 3063735311. Our data show that the company is located at the address: PO Box 23032 RPO Market Mall. The company has a web site: www.purichpublishing.com.
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