CFP: ISFP Books
Submission deadline: December 31, 2021
ISFP Books Wittgenstein wrote in the Preface to his Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus (1921), 'Perhaps this book will be understood only by someone who has himself already had the thoughts that are expressed in it — or at least similar thoughts... Its purpose would be achieved if it gave pleasure to one person who read and understood it.'
The author was a genius, and his book is today recognized as one of the most important works of philosophy written in the 20th century.
We recognize that in the real world, few authors are destined for lasting fame. It is a heavy burden indeed to think that one is capable of writing a 'great' work of philosophy. Then why write at all? What is the point?
Will your book be worth reading by even one person? Many are not. Editors are inundated by tides of mediocre claptrap. The irony is of course that no author thinks this of his or her own work.
Our aim is modest. We want to see books that are genuinely worth reading by at least one person. With luck, by making your work available through ISFP Books you might find the reader — or readers! — that you deserve. What happens next is entirely up to you.
We like to think that, just occasionally, a book may come along which has the potential to top the bestseller lists. But we're not counting on it. We are not in this for profit, but because we want to give philosophical books of quality a chance.
By signing up to ISFP Books you grant us the temporary, non-exclusive right to distribute your work electronically. That's all. This is not formal publication. It is merely sharing with a community of like-minded spirits. No fees are charged and we do not take commission. Copyright remains yours. If you are lucky to find a publisher, or for whatever other reason, then we will remove your book from the list on your request.
Interested? Then email the Editor Sanja Ivic ([email protected]). She will explain what you need to do next.