Time for an update!
After nine days of research (as well as working and reading, etc.) I have finally uploaded my accumulated list of publishing houses that work with fantasy writers. You can find it at the top of this blog!
There are over 50 publishers listed on there with basic information on each, so you can see which might be relevant or of interest to yourself, as well as the links to each publishers’ website. Next to do on my list for the following few days or so is to research into the publishing magazines, journals, and e-zines (online magazines) that also work with fantasy writers.
I also finished reading The Salem Witch Society by K.N. Shields (for the second time) yesterday and, although it is a very good read, I would not agree that it is part of the fantasy genre. It is, for the most part, a crime novel with a villain who has an obsession with witches and the occult/supernatural. However, there is nothing magic or demonic that happens (that cannot be explained away with logic) and is, therefore, more of a murder mystery. A very intelligent and entertaining one that I would recommend for anyone interested in murder/mystery/crime novels that have a theme of witchcraft.
Look out for my next post on fantasy short story publishers!