Over the years, playwrights have asked us if we accepted submissions
on our other sites. Unfortunately, we had to say no. We simply weren't equipped to handle works from
other people. It was just the two of us, and we were too busy. Things are different today. We're still
busy, but we've grown. And with that growth, comes new opportunities, for us and for you. That's why we
built this new site.
We know what it's like trying to get one of the large play publishers to look at
your work. It's difficult and can take a long time with no guarantees. We can't guarantee anything either.
But we will take a look. A much quicker look. That much we can guarantee. And in many cases, we'll
be happy to sell your work on our website.
If accepted, your full-length plays, one-acts, etc.
will be listed on our site. We'll also publish your playbooks, handle the licensing agreements, collect the
royalty fees, and send you a check.
Our three other sites provide links to this one, so traffic from those
sites will also be directed here. We'll represent you and your work in every way we can. It's a win/win
situation for everyone!
So, if you've written a play and want to see it published, but you're not
sure how to go about it, contact us. We make it simple and affordable. What's affordable? How does FREE
sound? There are no costs involved. No hidden fees. We do all the work!
What's in it for us?
Simple. We make a modest profit on the sale of the playbooks. We receive a percentage of the royalties. You receive
your percentage of the royalties. That's it. Like we said, simple!
What are you waiting for?
Send us that script of yours and let us have a look. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain from your hard
work. We know. We've done it for ourselves. So now, let us do it for you, too!
Use the form to the right to contact us about submitting your work. We welcome the opporunity to work with you.
Tony & Marylou
Submissions Guidelines CLICK ON THE BLACK LETTERING BELOW TO VIEW OUR GUIDELINES. (WE KNOW, IT'S HARD TO SEE THE BLACK
LETTERS. NOT MUCH WE CAN DO ABOUT THAT)