We're actively looking to publish good books about good food. If you've got a manuscript or proposal that helps readers see the connection between a sustainable food system and a healthier planet we'd love to hear from you.

 Examples of books we'd love to have published (and who wouldn't): Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer, The Pig Who Sang to the Moon, by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, The Whole Earth Catalogue, by Stewart Brand, and Charlotte's Web, by E.B. White, because why not.

We will let you know whether we think your manuscript is a fit for us. Thank you so much for sharing it.
We're looking for good stories that are both entertaining, well-written, and inspire good and sustainable food choices. Almost any genre welcome - a biography, work of fiction, a YA series, guidebook, or memoir. 

We're mostly interested in proposals from professional writers though we're open to considering others. Thanks for sharing your book proposal with us.

Maybe you can write about the intensifying hunt for a humane burger? Perhaps you've found a climate-smart farmer/evangelist with a compelling story?  Or Kitchen Confidential, as told by vegan chefs? 

For this category we'll only consider authors with professional writing and editing experience. A history of food activism a plus.








For young children: ages 5 to 8
We'd like to turn the younger generation on to the joys of cruel-free, climate-sensitive, veggie-friendly eating. So if you've got the next Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs - but with carrots and peas falling from the sky, or Green Eggs and Ham, without the ham, let us know! 

For older children: ages 9 to 12 and 12 to 15
We want to inspire our readers to promote a kinder, more sustainable food system. Maybe it's dystopian storytelling with factory farming at the center or a compelling heroine who happens to be a vegetarian. If it's combined a smart, fast-paced, and entertaining narrative we'd love to hear about it.












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