Where Clan Destine Press is all about crime fiction, true crime, and gritty Australian mystery, CDP's imprint Improbable Press is take a different genre tack.
IP specialises in left-of-centre romances—Improbable wants contemporary supernatural stories, sci-fi, fantasy, mysteries, and adventures. And Improbable Press wants those stories to be told by and for women, LGBT+ people, disabled people, and other minority voices.
Whether your protagonists are two robots and a disabled human, a black ace person and a pansexual ghost, a trans white woman and a neurodivergent Asian man, Improbable Press is about banishing stereotypes, one book at a time.
Improbable Press is accepting submissions right now, have a look at their submission guidelines.
"I love what Improbable Press does, and I knew working with Atlin, Improbable's acquisitions editor, would be a hoot."
Improbable Press is waiting for you and your voice.