Zumaya Publications LLC is an innovative publishing company that strives to bring the best of fiction to the public. Zumaya officially launched in 2001 with the release of its first titles in print and PDF format. Every year will bring an ever expanding listing to suit all tastes.
With new publishers appearing and failing almost daily, Zumaya Publications stands apart by limiting its list to only the highest quality titles.
One of the advantages of the new digital publishing industry is that we are able to offer titles from talented authors previously overlooked by traditional markets or who write in genres transcending standardized categories of fantasy, science fiction, romance, mystery and others.
Zumaya’s philosophy is simple. If it’s a great, well-written story, we’ll publish it!
We publish in both trade paperback and several kinds of ebook formats. All Zumaya ebooks are offered free of digital rights management (DRM), which means no matter whom you buy it from, you can convert it to read on the reader or app of your choice.
Come Join Us!
We accept submissions in the following genres:
- Children/Middle Grade
- Historical Fantasy
- Historical Fiction
- Historical Romance
- Mainstream Fiction
- Mainstream Romance
- Science Fiction
- True Crime
- Young Adult
Please note: we do not accept multiple submissions.
Meet our authors and artists!
Artist Bob Hobbs has shared some random images from his book Moordragon’s Illustrated Grimoire. The book will be mostly imagery with some text…the idea being it to look like an old witch’s journal/book of magic spells. Though still a work in progress, so far it is looking lovely! And ZP will be publishing it!
Rie Sheridan Rose has two anthology releases this month – Lightships and Sabers, and Lost Trails Vol. 2: Forgotten Tales of the Weird West. Both stories are in the Conn-Mann universe.
She also has the CD Pirates vs. Dragons and its companion ebook debuting this month.
Kim Baccellia – author of No More Goddesses – wrote a guest blog piece for School Library Journal on Growing up with a Bipolar Father. She also included ten YA books that address the subject of bipolar disorder.