Thank you for your interest in the Latinographix series. Please include as much of the following information as you can when you submit your manuscript materials:
- Title of your manuscript
- General description/overview (1-2 pages) of your project as well as target audience
- At least two sample chapters (and expected date of completion), or the full manuscript. Full manuscripts are welcome!
- Project details: page length; trim size; color profile (black and white, two color, or full color); any other information you wish to relay regarding design or layout
- Explanation of what makes the project unique or important (new form, different subject, new view on an old subject). You can include a round-up of competing books (if any exist), and a brief explanation of the uniqueness of your proposed book. Why would people want to read it? What makes it different and special?
If you are unsure if your project fits the series, please contact Kristen Elias Rowley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We make every effort to review submissions within 6-8 weeks, so please refrain from sending followup inquiries before the end of that time. Thank you!
More information about the series:
Projects in the series take up themes of all kinds, exploring topics from immigration to family, education to identity. The series provides a place for exploration and boundary pushing, and celebrates hybridity, experimentation, and creativity. Projects will be produced with quality and care, and will exemplify the full breadth of creative visual work being created by today’s Latinx artists. The series is edited by Frederick Luis Aldama, University Distinguished Scholar and Arts & Humanities Distinguished Professor of English, Spanish and Portuguese at The Ohio State University. He is the author, co-author, and co-editor of 24 books, including the bilingual illustrated fiction book, Long Stories Cut Short: Flash Fiction from the Borderlands.