Publicity, Marketing, and Events

Molly Mikolowski

(612) 728-1692


Publishing and Editorial

Erika Goldman, Publisher and Editorial Director

(917) 732-3603


Elana Rosenthal, Associate 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

Due to the many demands on our small staff, we unfortunately can no longer consider unsolicited submissions year-round. Instead, we will be offering open reading periods when possible. Outside of reading periods, please do not submit queries or manuscripts unless you have a direct reference; we regret that we will not be able to consider these messages.


Seeking exceptional narrative nonfiction: We are holding an open reading period this fall for unsolicited nonfiction submissions, specifically great books in the sciences and social sciences. Guidelines will be posted here by the beginning of September.



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



Interested in learning more about the publishing industry? Bellevue Literary Press is looking for interns to join our office on a part-time basis. BLP interns read and appraise manuscripts, manage our online submissions log, attend staff meetings, and assist us with a variety of office tasks. It’s a great way to gain hands-on experience and insight into the inner workings of a publishing office, the mechanisms of the book industry and marketplace, and the operations of a nonprofit arts organization.

The ideal applicant is detail-oriented and organized with excellent writing and communication skills as well as a strong interest in publishing and/or the nonprofit arts sector.

We are not accepting applications for fall interns but intend to offer the internship again in spring 2020.