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Fantasy Book Publishers in Canada: A Guide for Fantasy Writers

There are several Canadian fantasy book publishers that authors can consider when submitting their work. Here are a few notable ones:

  1. Penguin Random House Canada: One of the largest publishers in Canada, Penguin Random House Canada publishes a wide variety of fantasy novels, including works by well-known authors such as Margaret Atwood and Guy Gavriel Kay.

  2. HarperCollins Canada: Another major Canadian publisher, HarperCollins Canada publishes fantasy novels by both Canadian and international authors. They are known for publishing works by J.K. Rowling, George R.R. Martin, and J.R.R. Tolkien.

  3. Simon & Schuster Canada: This publisher publishes a wide range of books, including fantasy novels by Canadian authors. They are known for publishing works by Robert J. Sawyer and Tanya Huff.

  4. ChiZine Publications: This independent publisher focuses on speculative fiction, including fantasy, horror, and science fiction. They have published several award-winning fantasy novels by Canadian authors.

  5. Bundoran Press: This independent publisher specializes in science fiction, fantasy, and horror. They have published works by Canadian authors such as David Nickle and Gemma Files.

  6. Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing: This independent publisher specializes in science fiction, fantasy, and horror. They publish works by Canadian authors such as J.R.R.R. (Jim) Hardison, Claude Lalumière, and Ed Greenwood.

It's important to note that while many of these publishers accept unsolicited submissions, each publisher has their own guidelines and submission process, so it is important to research and familiarize yourself with the publishers' guidelines before submitting your work.

In addition to the above publishers, there are also many smaller, independent publishers in Canada that specialize in fantasy and other genres of speculative fiction. Do your research and submit to the one that best fits your book.

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