Book publishing is very necessary in the life of any book writers. Many organizations for book writers and authors recognize this problem. This is the reason there are programs such as grants for book publishing that will assist book writers in publishing their works. This is a great boost for the morale of most book writers who lack the means to have their works see print.
Furthermore Grants for Book Publishing
The Furthermore foundation established a program that supports book writers of nonfiction books in publishing their works. The books must depict the city. Other topics include the natural resources, historical resources, architecture, arts, design, culture, civil freedom and many more public issues of today’s world. Aside from grants for book publishing, Furthermore foundation also supports researching, writing, designing, editing, indexing, illustration, writing, printing and also binding.
Eligible applicants for this Furthermore program must be known 501 (c) 3 organizations. However, this program is not available for individual book writers; they must be part of an organization. Cash grants are usually from $500 up to as high as $15,000.
The deadlines for application are on the 15th of March and September. The application form is available online at the furthermore.org. You can call the foundation for more details at (518) 828-8900 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications forms and other requirements can be submitted through fax at (518) 828-8901. Or mail them at:
PO Box 667
518 Warren St.,
Hudson, NY 12534
Charles Redd Center for Western Studies Grants for Book Publishing
The Charles Redd Center for Western Studies promotes studying of Intermountain West. In order to accomplish this goal, the foundation supports publication, research, teaching as well as programs for the general public in wide and common disciplines in the academe. The center is awarding academe people cash grant of $3,000. These publishers must publish books about the Mountain West areas. The cash grant can be used in offsetting the expenses of book publishing as well as lowering the selling price of the book. The book should have been accepted for publication by the press and be ready for publication. Visit the website at www.reddcenter.byu.edu. Interested publishers may submit their application to the Redd Center director.
Brian Cannon, Director
Charles Redd Center for Western Studies
366 Spencer W Kimball Tower (Brigham Young University)
Provo, UT 84602