General Contact Information
1011 Washington Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55415
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SUBMISSIONS: More information here. We are not currently accepting unsolicited submissions.
For questions regarding the Ballard Spahr Prize for Poetry or the Max Ritvo Poetry Prize, contact Bailey Hutchinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OFFICE HOURS: 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
BOOKSTORE HOURS: Milkweed Books is currently open Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m., and Thursdays from 10:00 a.m.—7:00 p.m. Please visit our Bookstore page for more information here.
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INDIVIDUALS can order books directly from Milkweed Editions online, or anywhere books are sold. While we always aim to ship your order out in a timely manner, please understand that shipping times may vary due to our limited warehouse staff operations. Orders outside the U.S. and Canada are available— please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
BOOKSTORES & WHOLESALERS: Milkweed Editions is distributed to the trade in the U.S. and Canada, and throughout the world, through Publishers Group West/Ingram.
ORGANIZATIONS are eligible to receive special discounts on bulk orders of Milkweed Editions titles. These orders can be placed using the following discounts:
- Organizations ordering 1-9 copies of a book not for resale may use coupon code BULK1-9 to receive a 15% nonreturnable discount.
- Organizations ordering 10+ copies of a book not for resale may use coupon code BULK10+ to receive a 40% nonreturnable discount.
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- School and University ordering information can be found here. (Please note we cannot fulfill course book direct orders to Barnes & Noble or Follett affiliated bookstores.)
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- NOTE: Above discounts cannot be combined.
RETURNS: If your order arrives damaged, you may return it within 30 days and we will credit your account for the full amount of the title or provide a replacement. Refunds will be issued in the same form of payment used for the original purchase. Bulk order organizations may receive a credit memo to use on future book orders in select cases.
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Did you know Milkweed is an independent publisher incorporated as a nonprofit organization? Our work is made possible by sustaining funders and readers like you.
More information on desk and exam copies, school and university purchasing, and more can be found here.
When available, reader’s guides are accessible to book clubs, reading groups, and educators as downloadable PDFs via individual book pages.
Information about Milkweed Books, the independent bookstore operated by Milkweed Editions, including hours, location and parking details, placing special orders, book club/bulk order information, and event pitches can be found on the Milkweed Books website here.
Publicity, Media & Author Inquiries
All media inquiries related to Milkweed Editions, including interview, event, and review copy requests, should be directed to Morgan LaRocca. You can reach them at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-332-3192. Please be sure your message includes the author name and book title, as well as your name, address, email address, phone number, and the publication for which you are writing or editing. High resolution book cover images and author photos can be downloaded directly via their respective pages on this website. You can find press-ready author bios on those pages as well.
We are unable to give out author contact information, but will be happy to forward postal mail and reader testimonials directed to our address.
Rights & Permissions
Please direct queries regarding foreign rights, film rights, audio rights, or subsidiary rights to our subagent, Maria Massie of Massie & McQuilkin, at email@example.com.
Written permission is required to reprint or reproduce copyrighted material published by Milkweed Editions. In order for us to process your request in a timely manner, please submit the following to Fred Courtright of The Permissions Company at firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Title and author of the Milkweed Editions book from which you wish to reprint materials, including the exact pages you wish to copy.
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- The publisher’s name or title (ex., magazine, newspaper, or journal name).
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- Estimated first print run.
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