ReadySteadyBook is an independent (and highly-praised) book review website devoted to reviewing the very best books in literary fiction, poetry, history and philosophy.
We regularly review books - both backlist and frontlist, American and British - from publishers including Alma Books, Anvil Press Poetry, Arcadia Books, BFI, Bloodaxe, Cabanon Press, Calder Publications, Canongate, Carcanet, Constable, Continuum, Counterpoint, Dalkey Archive Press, Edinburgh University Press, Faber & Faber, Granta, Green Integer, Harper Collins, Harvard University Press, Harvill Secker, Hesperus, Jonathan Cape, Knopf, Little Brown, Manchester University Press, Menard Press, Methuen, MIT Press, New Directions, No Exit, Oxford University Press, Penguin, Persephone Books, Peter Owen, Picador, Pluto Books, Princeton University Press, Routledge, Salt Publishing, Saqi Books, Sceptre, Scribner, Seren, Serpent's Tail, Snowbooks, Thames & Hudson, Tindal Street, Trent Editions, University of Chicago Press, Verso, Vertical, Vintage, Wesleyan University Press, William Heinemann and Yale University Press (a number of smaller publishers are distributed by Turnaround - to request a Turnaround catalogue or to subscribe to their mailing list please visit the following link www.turnaround-psl.com/titleinfo.asp).
Our team of ReadySteadyBook reviewers is widely experienced and widely published, with a broad range of interests and knowledge. We will review books from any reputable publisher (and the occassional disreputable one too!). If you are a publisher and wish to have any of your books reviewed please send an email to us at email@example.com. We will endeavour to reply to your mail within 48 hours and, if we wish to review your book, we will do so normally within 60 working days of receiving it.
However, publishers and authors should please note the types of books that interest us here at ReadySteadyBook: literary fiction, poetry, history and philosophy. We do not review erotica, crime -- or most other "genre" -- fiction. We are big supporters of small and independent presses, but we do not review self-published books.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those publishers (and their remarkably pleasant, ever-helpful publicity and marketing folk) who continue to support our efforts -- thanks to all of you!