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Publish your book with us.
We publish manuscripts of all genres.
However, we mainly publish Non-Fiction and Children's books, including translations of older illustrated foreign literature.
Unlike other publishing houses, we also review incomplete manuscripts, in these cases it is, however, mandatory to attach a synopsis. Did you write a book, that needs to be illustrated, then we will help finding the right illustrator.
With five book releases from 2019 through the 1st quarter of 2021, it must be said that we have gotten busy. Wadskjær Forlag is currently working on several book projects, which are expected to be published in the second half of 2021 & during 2022 and 2023.
In the second half of 2021, the following books will be published:
Genealogy & Biographies: Gå på rov i dit familietræ, Fortællinger fra Gudhjem.
History & Archaeology: Sydstaternes Historie, Hvordan markere man et kolonialt jubilæum?
Novels: Protokollens tjenere (historisk roman).
Children's Books: Oliver in the Hunter Stone Age (genudgivelse i nye klæder), Bogen om dig og mig, Rejsen efter en helt, Moster løgnehistorier, Landet Fortilia, Den tabte julemagi, Hvad spiser enhjørninger?
Short story collections: Himmelflugt.
Poetry: Mørke Paradis.
In addition, we are constantly working on translations of all our books. The first ones have been translated and negotiations are underway with foreign publishers regarding the publication of these.
We also collaborate with a Norwegian publisher on publishing their books in Danish.
During the 1st half of 2021 we furthermore expect to publish our first two book in the series Forgotten Danes.
During 2022 and 2023 the following will be published: a popular scientific book about malt and beer in prehistory, a recipe book with cheesecakes, a picture book focusing on photography from Denmark, a novel about an Indian shaman, a children's book about a critical hamster, a gratitude diary, a collection of poems about heartbreaks, a psychology book, four sequels to Auntie's Tall Tales as well as three more books for the series about the Forgotten Danes.