…or just leave a comment.
Note: I am not the J. T. Glover who writes books on Vedic mathematics. If you e-mail me questions about Vedic techniques for solving math problems, I will be regrettably unable to help you! As to where you can contact the J. T. Glover who writes on this subject, I have no idea.
I have written a book, 260 pages, and I want to get it out there. It’s a weird book, because I am a weird guy. I just dont know who or how to go about this.
The “weird” in the “weird fiction publishers” here refers to a somewhat flexible, but still specific literary tradition. Whether your book fits that tradition or not is up to you to decide, but take a look at that Wikipedia entry to see if you recognize any of the names, and feel your work is like theirs. Whatever you feel your work is like, there are many similarities in the publication process, and most of it comes down to whether you want to self-publish or publish traditionally. Here’s one detailed post that will give you some pointers.
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