At Masobe HQ, we are always on the lookout for new talent, writers with fresh and original voices/perspectives who tell stories that hum with emotional truth, stories that uniquely explore the human condition as well as stories that entertain.
We are currently accepting fiction (novel and short story) manuscripts. So if you are a storyteller or know someone you think tells the most magical and fantastical stories, you are welcome to show us what you got.
“I think there is a lot of literary talent out there,” said our founder Othuke Ominiabohs. “It is one of our strong desires as a publishing house to find these gems, to give them a home, a family, so together we can build something noble and beautiful with our stories; something that transcends time so generations to come can look at this creation for hope and perhaps divine new meanings to our humanity. This is the power of stories. This is our collective dream as a family—to find and care for each other, with words.”
To send your work please visit our website or go through the following guidelines.
Guidelines for Submissions
To submit your work, fill the submissions form in the Submissions page. Note that only ONE submission per writer is allowed. Multiple submissions may lead to disqualification.
- Attach a one-page synopsis of the work you are submitting in Microsoft Word. Please include all major plot points in your synopsis, including spoilers, and especially the end.
- Attach a sample of the work in question. This should be the first 3 chapters or first 3 stories of your manuscript in Microsoft Word.
Send your manuscript sample in double-spaced, indented paragraph, left-justified only. We prefer Courier New font type with a font size of 12pt.
Masobe Books is not accepting unsolicited poetry submissions or plays at this time. Unsolicited submissions sent to other Masobe email addresses may be overlooked. Hard copy submissions will not be acknowledged or returned.
For more information, please contact: Theresa Egware at 07018383286, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Masobe Books website at www.masobebooks.com.