The Mission of the Inlandia Institute is to recognize, support and expand all forms of literary activity through publications and community programs in Inland Southern California, thereby deepening people’s awareness, understanding, and appreciation of this unique, complex and creatively vibrant region.
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Inlandia Books is focused on publishing work by or of interest to Inland Southern California residents.
Kenji C. Liu, Rachelle Cruz, Marco Maisto
The Inlandia Institute initially evaluates proposals only; upon consensus, the Publications Committee may request the full manuscript. Submissions will be read blind.
IMPORTANT: Please omit any identifying information from your manuscript, including cover letter, acknowledgements, and headers/footers.
Submissions must include the following:
- A one-page or less description of your project
- A description of your target audience and why your book will appeal to them
- A table of contents and list of illustrations, if applicable
- A sample chapter or up to ten pages of poetry
All manuscripts submitted for consideration are vetted by the Publications Committee. Please allow up to six months for a complete review and determination. All decisions are final. Inlandia reserves the right to decline any manuscript. (See website for details)
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