Post Hill Press
109 International Drive, Suite 300
Franklin, TN 37067


Post Hill Press has a long history of partnering with other publishing houses, artist agencies, and media platforms to help produce, develop, and bring to market book projects of all kinds.

To inquire about a partnership, please email and we will be in touch as soon as possible. Please include a personal bio, a partnership summary, and a 300 word explanation of why it would be a win/win for us to work together.


For press inquiries, author interview requests, book tour information or other media or publicity appearances relating to our authors and their work, get in touch with us at


Post Hill Press selects manuscripts based on multiple criteria including current consumer buying habits, author platform and reputation, and whether the projects in question reflect the ideals behind which we stand. We are open to reviewing both fiction and non-fiction works and consider ourselves an opportunistic publisher eager to capitalize on current events and buying trends.

To submit a manuscript, email with the phrase “Manuscript Submission” in the subject line. Within your email, be sure to include your “pitch”, and any information you’d like us to have regarding the work, the author’s platform and background, and whether you represent or are represented by a literary agent. Due to the number of submissions we receive, we can’t acknowledge every message. Be assured that we review all submissions and will follow up if we think your proposal would be a good candidate for publication. If you do not hear from us, we have determined it’s not a good fit.



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