Please read the following submission guidelines carefully to ensure your work matches our criteria.
While we greatly value freedom of speech and expression, our professional reputation must take priority. We have the right to reject work we consider inflammatory, scandalous or illegal at our discretion. Please contact us directly if you have any questions; visit our blog or attend our webinars for hints, tips and writing advice.
We expect all entries to be of a high standard and in a near-final condition before submission. Please note that we cannot accept any work that is under active consideration by other publishers, has previously been published or has been self-published in the past.
Please visit the Manuscripts page to submit your manuscript.
We are looking for a range of manuscripts from writers residing in the United Kingdom. We will accept fiction and non-fiction manuscripts up to 100,000 words, short story collections up to 50,000 words, and poetry manuscripts up to 5,000 words. The material may be on any genre, but should ideally focus on themes of liberty and freedom instilling a sense of being, truth and justice in the reader. Work that challenges the orthodoxy, explores niche concepts or steps outside the box will be regarded positively by our reviewers.
Our unique business model ensures the creator plays a vital role in the publishing process. If your submission is accepted, you will work closely with our team to bring your book to life. You can then choose what you need from our range of services, whether it be editing your manuscript to creating cover art, commissioning illustrations to organising a book launch. When it’s ready, we will use our network to generate publicity and market your book, but we will also supply you with the materials you need to promote your work independently; a win-win formula. With Blacklist Press, you have the potential to reap what you sow – and more.
Free Speech submissions
Please visit the Free Speech page to submit your articles.
The Free Speech bulletin is a weekly electronic publication of political, social, economic and cultural thought from Britain’s pioneering free thinkers. With a focus on politics beyond the propaganda, Free Speech aims to give a voice to smaller pro-liberty political parties, organisations and individuals whose ideas and perspectives have been silenced by the mainstream. Packed with concise yet informative articles, Free Speech intends to challenge corporate media by presenting accurate and truthful accounts of current affairs that empower individuals to value liberty.
We will accept articles up to 500 words from writers resident in the United Kingdom only. The material must feature, or be relevant to, a news item from the past fortnight (except for supplementary articles you may wish to submit for later editions). We encourage you to be concise yet informative; we want to educate our readers, not indoctrinate them, enabling them to think critically about the content at hand. We strongly suggest that you include reputable sources or references which should be hyperlinked in the main body text. If you wish to, please include royalty free images in your article with creative commons distribution rights, or taken by yourself by which you grant Blacklist Press Ltd the right for their use in any and all publications we may produce and in any format.
If you are wishing to enter for our Free Speech bulletin, your work must relate to the specifications and follow the formatting guidance provided on the submission page.