Thank you for thinking of Feiwel and Friends, but due to the overwhelming volume of submissions we receive, we do not accept unsolicited manuscripts. The best way to submit a manuscript is to go through an agent. You can use Writer’s Market to help you find one. It’s available at libraries and bookstores, and online.
Editorial work at Feiwel and Friends is taken care of by our in-house editors and other editors we already have a relationship with, so we are no longer looking for freelancers. Thank you for thinking of us!
If your book is defective, or was damaged in the printing process, please try to return it to the place of purchase. If this doesn’t work, send the damaged book and a letter explaining the damage and/or defect to:
Feiwel and Friends
c/o Editorial Department
175 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10010
We will not replace a book that has been damaged from reading, water, fire, or anything other than a printing press.
I am a member of the media interested in obtaining a catalog, review copies, or digital art to accompany an editorial review or feature of one of your titles. Who should I contact?
You may e-mail our publicity department for all media requests, including blogs and online magazines. Please include your name, media affiliation, and as much contact information as possible with your request.
How can I request a Feiwel and Friends author for a bookstore, library, or school event?
Please take a look in our Teachers and Librarians page for relevant forms and/or E-mail our publicist Elizabeth Mason, at email@example.com with any author appearance requests. We are happy to discuss alternative event options (phone call-ins to store book clubs, video-conferencing via computer, etc.) for authors who are not local and are not able to travel for events, so please don’t hesitate to ask about any author you are interested in hosting for an event.