Sunday, August 17, 2014


        At the recent Oregon Christian Writers Summer Conference, the editors in attendance indicated they were open to reviewing the following types of manuscripts:


* Chad Allen, Baker - Christian living

* Sherrie Ashcraft, Ashberry Lane - Fiction in contemporary, historical, historical romance; inspirational books; as well as out-of-print books in which the rights have reverted to the author.

* Kim Bangs, Bethany House - Apply Bible to life, Christian living

* Steve Barclift, Kregel - Apply Bible to life, biblical, Bible studies/pastoral, early /middle-grade readers, historical romance, self-help/felt needs, twenty somethings, women's, and young adult fiction.

* Jessica Barnes, Guideposts - Looking for authors interesting in writing for Guidepost's Continuity Series.

* Rochelle Carter, Ellechor Media - biblical, mystery suspense, romantic mystery/suspense fiction.

* Nick Harrison, Harvest House - Historical/romance fiction; self-help/felt needs nonfiction.

* Terri Kalfas, Grace Publishing - Bible studies/pastoral, Christian living, devotionals, some sub-genre fiction.


* Susan King - The Upper Room - devotionals

* Sherri Langton, Bible Advocate - Biblical articles and current theme
                             Now What? - Christian living

* Chad McComas, The Christian Journal - Christian living, current theme, devotionals, inspirational.

* James Holt, Focus on the Family children's publications - children's biblical fiction, children's
contemporary fiction & nonfiction, children's Christian living, children's devotionals, children's historical, and rebus stories.

* Ben Wolf, Splickety Publishing Group - Flash fiction in contemporary, historical, inspirational, mystery/suspense, romance, speculative, women's and young adult.

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