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INCLUDAS Publishing delivers projects that bring diversity to readers. Whether a love story with a heroine in a wheelchair or a children’s book about making friends with everyone, you’ve come to the right place! See a world from a different perspective and engage with books that empower inclusion. Start by checking out our diversity team or our books! Wanna help out? Check out our readers, fans, partners page.
Interested in publishing a piece or need some submission guidance? INCLUDAS Publishing is here to support you and your creativity! We represent diversity artists who identify with a particular ability status, as well as works that have a main character with any disability. For INCLUDAS submission guidelines, check out the submissions page. Whether you’re just curious or have a completed manuscript, we are here to help!
Looking for book donations, gift prizes, sponsorship, or writing projects? INCLUDAS Publishing is happy to donate books, specially customized prizes (for raffles, events, etc.), and/or funds to groups/organizations that have a mission centered around diversity and inclusion, in part or solely focused on limited mobility. We love to help out others who also value diversity and inclusion. Check out our readers, fans, partners page for more info.
Since this is a press dedicated to focusing on inclusion of various abilities, it is important to look at books already out in the market. For this review, I examine eight books with a character in a wheelchair. Some of this feedback is based on my own personal experience as someone in a wheelchair and the other is focused on the story and publishing aspects of these books… [read more]
The struggle is real. I spent hours, weeks, months trying to find a way to make my tester book, What If I Fall kid’s book, digitally accessible. What does that mean exactly? (this is for all you self-publishers out there, or authors who want to make sure their publisher is on the accessible road ahead) Read ahead the mistakes I made, the lessons I learned, and what I wished I would have known… [read more]