Harmonic Factory Publishing is a Division of Harmonic Factory, LLC.

Where Children’s Fiction Flourishes 

We are devoted to the mission of literary creativity and are particularly dedicated to diversity in children's literature.  We are keenly aware kids come in all shapes, sizes, colors, physical and mental abilities.  They have different cultural, ethnic and religious backgrounds. We believe that embracing diversity leads to compassion and acceptance. Let's celebrate them all and help them find their way in this ever changing world. 

Our goal is to create long-term relationships with a small group of carefully selected members, providing them with the resources to develop and promote their writing careers.

For more information on diversity in children's literature, visit Children's Book Council CBC Diversity.

What We Do


Publishing and Distribution

Publishing includes the following stages: acquisition, copy editing, registering with the US Copyright Office. We recommend third party companies to convert your, PDFs and documents into eBooks and POD (Print-on-Demand) interior layouts.Harmonic Factory Publishing can also recommend professional illustrators for book covers and picture books. 


Digital and Print Distribution

 We will distribute through:

Amazon CreateSpace: for print distribution to Amazon
IngramSpark: for print distribution to everything non-Amazon
Amazon KDP: for ebook distribution to Amazon
Nook Press: for ebook distribution through Barnes and Noble
Draft2Digital: for ebook distribution to everyone else 


“I don’t want to write for adults. I want to write for readers who can perform miracles. Only children perform miracles when they read.” 

Astrid Lindgren, author of Pippi Longstocking

" A book can take you to anywhere you want to go, even Wonderland."  Marie Cheine

"If a nation loses its storytellers, it loses its childhood"

Peter Handke, Novelist, Playwright 

Submission Guidelies

Harmonic Factory Publishing has an open submissions policy. However we are a very small publishing house and simply do not have the operational or financial backing of a larger press. Therefore, though we will read and review un-agented manuscripts and proposals for picture books, early readers, middle-grade fiction, and young adult novels, only a selected few will be chosen for publication at this time. Please read the following instructions carefully. We will not review any submissions that do not adhere to the following format:

·         Provide a brief description of story

·         Provide a representative chapter or section of story

·         Provide a short bio mentioning previous publications or other background information relevant to your story

·         Provide titles for up to three comparative books published in the past five years. Explain how your manuscript is different

Rules and Directions for Participation

By submitting to us you acknowledge that we may currently be developing, or may plan to develop in the future, books based on similar internal ideas and/or based on previous submissions already in receipt that may be similar to your proposed idea or anything included in your submission.

Due to the great number of submissions we receive, response time varies. However, you will hear from us whether or not your work is selected for publishing. Please be assured of our utmost integrity.  If we do not publish your work, copies will be destroyed. You may send your work to other publishers at the same time. We do not require exclusive submissions. 

All submissions should be sent to headquarters@harmonicfactory.com