Submission Guidelines

To have your book considered for coverage in BookPage, send an email pitch and a digital review copy no later than four months prior to the title’s publication date. This gives us adequate time to assess the quality of a book and assign it to an appropriate reviewer. We will not consider books that are already published or books that are received later than four months pre-pub.

Pitches and e-galleys may be emailed to the relevant editor. Due to the overwhelming quantity of submissions we receive, we are not able to guarantee individual responses to each submission. Print galleys should be sent only upon request.

BookPage reviews almost every category of new books, including literary and popular fiction, nonfiction, children’s books, audiobooks and gift books. We rarely review poetry or scholarly books, and we do not give review consideration to self-published books, print-on-demand titles or books from presses that lack major distribution.

Send adult fiction or audiobook titles to:
Cat Acree

Send adult nonfiction and lifestyles titles to:
Christy Lynch

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Savanna Walker

Editorial Calendars

In addition to our standard coverage, BookPage highlights books of seasonal interest in every issue. Please click on the links below to view a PDF of the relevant calendar.

2023 Editorial Calendar
2023 Children’s & YA Editorial Calendar

To submit a book for consideration in one of these seasonal features, send a pitch or digital galley of the book four months prior to the relevant issue date.

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