Q: I would like to write a guest post for Chase Connor Books. Are submissions accepted?

A: Yes! We are particularly interested in posts from Black, Latinx, and Asian writers–and especially women. Please use the Contact Chase page to inquire or email Chase at chaseconnor@chaseconnor.com!

Q: How can I contact Chase Connor directly?

A: You can either email Chase directly at chaseconnor@chaseconnor.com or you can use the Contact Chase page.

Q: Who do I contact to book Chase for a speaking appearance or reading?

A: At this time, Chase is not accepting any bookings.

Q: Can I buy signed copies of Chase’s books?

A: You can! Arrangements can be made through The Lion Fish Press. Contact them here. Delivery for signed hard copies of books can take up to 4 weeks.

Q: Will Chase read/promote/give feedback on my unpublished manuscript?

A: Short answer – no. However, approval can be granted through The Lion Fish Press if you would like to contact them.

Q: If speaking engagements are not available right now, how can I ask Chase a question about his book(s) or character(s)?

A: You can contact Chase by emailing him directly at chaseconnor@chaseconnor.com or use the Contact Chase page here. Unless he has a good reason not to, he is almost always willing to answer questions about his work. You can also “at him” on Twitter.

Q: My company would like to buy the digital, audiobook, or film rights to Chase’s work. Who should we contact?

A: Contact The Lion Fish Press at thelionfishpress@thelionfishpress.com.

Q: Will Chase’s books ever be available in other languages besides English?

A: The Lion Fish Press is currently working on getting select works translated into other languages for digital formats. We will announce developments as they arise.

Q: How can I get my book on Chase’s LGBTCrew Books Recommendation Page?

A: This page is simply for Chase to recommend books he has read and enjoys. His To-Be-Read pile is a mile high, but if he notices your promos on Twitter and thinks he might enjoy your book, there’s a good chance he’ll eventually read it, and, if he enjoys it, will add it to the page. He is not taking any direct requests that he read specific books at this time.

Q: What is Chase working on now?

A: Check out “Chase’s Diary” to see any news he has for his readers.