Can I query a reprint?

Yes, as long as you have the rights to publish the work. Please note in the query letter that it is a reprint, and include details about where it was published.


Do you accept simultaneous submissions?

Yes, it's fine if you are submitting to other publishers at the same time you submit to us. Please send us a note if you receive and/or accept an offer from somewhere else before we've replied to your query!


What services do you provide?

We do ALL THE THINGS! (Again, as a traditional, small press, none of this costs our authors anything.) Our services include the following:

  • Content editing, copy editing, and proofreading.
  • Layout and interior design.
  • Assistance with brainstorming and testing book titles.
  • Cover design.
  • Audiobook narration and publishing.
  • Distribution.
  • Blurb acquisition.
  • Marketing and promotion.
  • Author website design.

What's your time to market?

This varies from book to book and depends on author needs, but we like to get books into readers' hands as soon as possible! Our timelines generally vary from five months to a year.


Do I have to pay you to publish my book?

Definitely not! We are not a vanity publisher and do not charge our authors fees. We partner with our authors and split the profits on books sold.


Where will my book be available?

Mythos & Ink titles are available through major online channels, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, the Book Depository, and Chapters. The books can also be ordered through Ingram for bookstore, retail, and library sales. Our audiobooks are available through Audible, iTunes, and Amazon.


How do I request a review copy?

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What is the name of the company dog?

His name is Jayne. He's a purebred Bernese Mountain Dog. His official name is Hero of Canton Jayne, and yes, he's just that photogenic.


Does my book need to be finished before I send you a query letter?

For fiction, yes. For nonfiction, it’s preferable, but we will consider the book with just a proposal and sample chapters.