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What kinds of works does The Mad Duck Coalition publish?

The Mad Duck Coalition has simple quackteria: if you have something written up that’s academic, radical, or revolutionary (or just a little too unconventional/niche for the regular agent/publisher to take on), we want to see it!

Buzz words we love: experimental, innovative, literary, genre, speculative, new, and original—hell, even weird.

For now, The Mad Duck Coalition has four imprints: Big Ripple Books, In The Weeds Provocations, and Flights of Fancy Publications.

Big Ripple Books publishes traditionally literary narratives, fiction and non-fiction, of all lengths.

In The Weeds Provocations is concerned with long-form, non-fiction works of discovery and supposition and textbooks.

Flights of Fancy Publications focuses on speculative works of all sub-genres and lengths.

Who can submit?

Anyone and everyone who thinks they’re a good candidate to be published by our jolly little coalition!

You don’t have to be within Academia to be an academic and being an academic doesn’t inherently make you an intellectual, so we are happy to take submissions from anyone who gives enough of a duck about intellectual passions, pursuits, and stimulation to submit their work to us!

How do I submit?

First, determine which imprint is the one you want to submit to, then go to Submissions and follow the instructions. More importantly: don’t worry, as long as you submitted your material through the submission page, it’s in The MDC’s system. You will receive confirmation.

Wanna Chat?

Send us a quack!

However, please endeavor to find answer(s) as applicable under the relevant tabs, such as FAQ and/or Submissions.

Of course, if you can't, or you have feedback or fan mail for us, please use the contact form or quack at us on Quacker, er, Twitter!

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