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Karla Stover graduated from the University of Washington in 1995 with honors in history. She has been writing for more than twenty years. Locally, her credits include the Tacoma News Tribune, the Tacoma Weekly, the Tacoma Reporter, and the Puget Sound Business Journal. Nationally, she has published in Ruralite, Chronicle of the Old West, and Birds and Blooms. Internationally, she was a regular contributor to the European Crown and the Imperial Russian Journal. In addition, she writes monthly magazine columns, “Walk Abouts” for Senior Scene and “The Weekender” for Country Pleasures. In 2008, she won the Chistell Prize for a short story entitled “One Day at Appomattox.” She has hosted “Local History With Karla Stover” on KLAY AM 1180, and she has been the advertising voice for three local businesses.

 

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Canadian Publisher, BWL Publishing Inc. is a traditional, royalty paying, digital and print publisher of discriminating genre fiction. 

Our authors are experienced, previously published professionals with solid back lists

 

We are now open for submissions.

 

We accept traditionally published authors with backlists as well as new Works in adult and young adult genre fiction.

 

Unfortunately we must concentrate our editing resources on authors with experience in publishing and for this reason we do not accept submissions from previously unpublished authors.

 

To submit your query letter, including a brief description of your experience and previously published Works (a brief paragraph introducing the genre of your manuscript and your main characters as well as a short summary) send this by email (with no attachments) to our marketing manager, Nancy M. Bell, books we love @telus.net

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