Your Words Are Worthy. Your Voice Is Important.

Publish Her is a female-founded publisher dedicated to elevating the words, writing and stories of women. We are passionate about amplifying the voices of women of color, women with disabilities and members of the LGBTQ+ community, and aim to make publishing an attainable, exciting and collaborative process for all.

Submit your manuscript to be considered for publishing by Publish Her.

Get expert guidance on self-publishing your book from start to finish.

Learn about the publishing industry and various book publishing models.

Learn and grow as a writer with coaching, classes and community events.

A book can take years to write and completing a manuscript can be an emotional journey. Most authors spend the majority of their writing time in solitude. We want your publishing experience to be the opposite—to take weeks or months rather than years to publish; to be an exciting and collaborative process rather than a solo experience; and most of all, to be a celebration of all you’ve accomplished.


In addition to publishing print (softcover and hardcover) books and ebooks, Publish Her produces print and electronic workbooks, magazines, journals and more.


Get expert guidance to self-publish your book, from ensuring it’s ready to publish and marketable to navigating ever-changing publishing platforms to publishing and promoting your finished product.

These Words Mean the World to Us …

“The best—no bullshit!—publisher a girl could ask for! A gazillion thanks!”
—Amanda Rush, author of “The Gathering Girl”

“The experience and knowledge you have shared has been extraordinary. Thank you for creating a unique publishing company that gives authors a voice in the process.”
—Emily Maxson, author of “Emily’s Fresh Kitchen: Cooking Your Way to Better Health”

“The world’s best publisher … Couldn’t have done it without you!”
—Jill Kaufenberg, author of “The Mitten Thief”

“Searching for publishers, I couldn’t be happier than to have landed with Publish Her … The team embraced this book, and their dedication and input cradled me with support and kindness.”
—Cindy Kaplan, author of “Freefall: One Mother’s Journey to Raising a Child With Special Needs”

“With all the publishers available, I am so glad we found each other. You believed in me, made my work better, and helped me bring it to the world.”
—Kellie O’Callaghan, author of “UConfidence: Toolbox for Young Adult Success”