Publicity, Marketing, and Events

Molly Mikolowski

(612) 728-1692


Publishing and Editorial

Erika Goldman, Publisher and Editorial Director

(917) 732-3603


Laura Hart, Assistant Editor

(917) 732-3603



Joe Gannon, Mulberry Tree Press

(631) 754-0408


Donor Inquiries

For questions about supporting Bellevue Literary Press through planned giving or hosting special fundraisers in your community, please contact Erika Goldman:


Book Club Invitations

To invite one of our authors to join your book club in person or via video conference, please contact Molly Mikolowski:


Academic Resources/Desk & Examination Copy Requests

To find resources for your classroom and place desk copy requests, please click here. To place examination copy orders, please visit our distributor’s academic website.


Submission Guidelines

Seeking exceptional narrative nonfiction: From September 15 to December 15, Bellevue Literary Press will accept narrative nonfiction submissions only. In an email to with PITCH and the title of your work in the subject line, please send a cover letter and attach a full proposal, including at least three sample chapters in a Word document, typed in size 12 font and double spaced. In the cover letter, tell us how you see your work fitting in with our mission and previously published nonfiction.

Please submit narrative nonfiction only. No memoir, self-improvement, popular reference, handbooks, cookbooks, poetry, etc.

Due to the large volume of submissions, we can only respond to those that are of interest to us. Thank you.



Fred Courtwright, The Permissions Company, Inc.

(570) 839-7477


Subsidiary Rights

International rights and audio rights are managed by:

DeFiore and Company

Linda Kaplan,, (212) 925-7744 x106


Film rights are managed by:

Joseph Veltre,, (212) 634-8142


Trade Orders

Distributed to the trade by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution

To reach a sales representative in Canada:
Publishers Group Canada

For trade orders and customer service in Canada:
Raincoast Books



Bellevue Literary Press is currently seeking fall and spring interns.

BLP interns work with staff and consultants on a range of tasks, such as: reviewing manuscripts and providing a rationale for recommending them, when appropriate, for publication; assisting the sales and marketing manager in implementing individualized book promotion and auditing distribution; vetting page proofs; supporting the Publisher and Assistant Editor as needed in preparing grant applications, fundraising campaigns, and events; and other work essential to the day-to-day functioning of the press. Because the internship is office based, schedule allowing, the intern will be included in seasonal sales and marketing meetings, informal literary conversations, and discussions about all aspects of the industry. Interns will also be required to provide proof of vaccination to gain access to the BLP office.

Familiarity with and interest in our mission and list is required, and availability of at least eight hours per week, in one full day or over two half days, is requested. BIPOC and members of the LGBTQ+ community are especially encouraged to apply. Please email your resume and cover letter to Laura Hart, Assistant Editor, at