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Poisoned Pen Press Seeks Submissions for New YA Imprint

Poisoned Pen Press has created The Poisoned Pencil, a new imprint for young adult mysteries. The new YA imprint is looking for manuscripts between 45,000 and 90,000 words.

Follow this link to submit your writing to the new imprint. Jessica Tribble was named publisher of the new imprint and Ellen Larson is the new editor. Since 1997, Poisoned Pen Press has published more than 400 mystery books.

The new imprint seeks “works with off-beat approaches and narrative choices that reflect the complexity and ambiguity of today’s world.” Tribble explained more in the release: “Our goal with The Poisoned Pencil is to publish Young Adult mysteries that are fast-paced and relevant to today’s teens—books that adults will also want to read.”

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Jessica Tribble Named Publisher of Poisoned Pen Press

Jessica Tribble has been named publisher of Poisoned Pen Press, an indie house specializing in mystery fiction.

Tribble began her career in 2004 as an intern at Poisoned Pen Press. In her new role, she will oversee publication schedules, print quantities, budgetary decisions and staff management.

President Robert Rosenwald gave this statement in the release: ”Jessica is passionate about having our readers discover new and exciting mysteries from Poisoned Pen Press by authors with original, fresh voices. Her contributions have helped bring joy to our readers and she is uniquely qualified to take on the role of Publisher because of her experience and skills.”