Monday, October 12, 2020

Latitude 46 Publishing wants books by northern authors

Latitude 46 Publishing

109 Elm St, 

Suite 205

Sudbury, ON P3C 1CT

Latitude 46 Publishing was established in 2015 by Heather Campbell and Laura Stradiotto with a goal to publish distinctive literary works by established and emerging authors with a connection to northern Ontario, as well as narratives about the unique landscape and culture of the region. Latitude 46 seeks to uncover the untold stories of the North, both fiction and nonfiction. They’re equally interested in representing diverse storytellers who can bring ideas and facts to life.

Latitude 46 Publishing is located in Sudbury, ON, along the 46th parallel. You don’t need to live in Sudbury to be considered, but you must call Northern Ontario home. You don’t have to write about the north but Latitude 46 will priotize stories that are based in the region or inspired by it.


Latitude 46 wants a chapter-by-chapter outline, an overview of your project, including your book idea, comparable titles and authors who have inspired you, and ideas for promoting your book, and sample chapters – about 10% of the total or up to five chapters, and not necessarily the first chapters.

Read their full submission guidelines here. And submit through their submission manager here.

Author Kelley Armstrong

If you’re interested in meeting an agent and in getting published, don’t miss our upcoming online How to Get Published workshops Saturday, Oct 24, with Paige Sisley of the CookeMcdermid agency (see here) and Saturday, Nov 28, with Stephanie Winter of P.S. Literary (see here).

 And if you’re specifically interested in writing and publishing Kid Lit, don’t miss our online Writing for Children and for Young Adults workshop with Anne Shone, Executive Editor, Scholastic Books, Saturday, January 30, (see here) and the Writing Kid Lit weekly class Tuesday afternoons in the new year, Jan 26 – March 23 (see here).

Beyond that, Brian’s schedule continues to take shape...

Online: How to Write Great Characters, Saturday, Oct 31. Come in costume! Details here.

Online: How to Write a Bestseller, with New York Times bestselling author Kelley Armstrong, Saturday, Nov 7. Details here.

Jackson's Point: Writing Retreat at the Briar's Resort & Spa on Lake Simcoe: The ambiance of a country estate and the comforts of a modern resort – a perfect place to write. Friday, Nov 13 – Monday, Nov 16. Details here.

Weekly classes starting in January:

Online: Exploring Creative Writingan introductory, low pressure course to get the creative juices flowing Thursday evenings, Jan 21 – March 25. Details here.

Online: Writing Personal Stories, nine weeks of creativity and fellowship. Thursday afternoons, Jan 28 – March 25. Details here.

Online: Writing Kid LitPicture Books, Chapter Books, Middle Grade books, and Young Adult novels, with enormously talented and experienced authors as guest speakers for two of the classes, Tuesday afternoon, Jan 26 – March 23. Details here.

For more details or to register for any workshop, retreat or weekly class, email

See Brian’s complete current schedule hereincluding online and in-person writing workshops, weekly writing classes, and weekend retreats in Algonquin Park, Alliston, Bolton, Barrie, Brampton, Burlington, Caledon, Collingwood, Georgetown, Georgina, Guelph, Hamilton, Jackson’s Point, Kingston, Kitchener-Waterloo, London, Midland, Mississauga, Oakville, Ottawa, Peterborough, St. Catharines, Southampton, Sudbury, Toronto, Windsor, Woodstock, Halton, Muskoka, Peel, Simcoe, York Region, the GTA, Ontario and beyond.

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