Friday, 2 May 2014

ChiZine Publications Launches Teen Imprint

The weird is coming to teens with ChiZine's new YA imprint, ChiTeen.  The company plans to start by publishing 4 titles a year.

ChiTeen books will be geared for a variety of ages. The Door in the Mountain by Caitlin Sweet, which will be published in May in Canada, is for older teens and “may veer into the new adult arena,” according to [Sandra] Kasturi [co-publisher of ChiZine Publications]. The other spring title The Floating Boy and the Girl Who Couldn’t Fly by P.T. Jones, will likely appeal to younger teens 13 to 15, or even tweens, she added. Both of those titles will publish in October in the U.S. A third, Dead Girls Don’t by Mags Storey, will be released in October in Canada but as a spring book for the U.S.

You can read more about the launch, and their new ebook press, CZPebook, which will be publishing older, out of print titles, over on Publisher's Weekly.

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