It gives me great pleasure to announce that Gryphonwood Press, which has (among other things) published my own serial Street, has given the green light for a great new experiment; we are now considering web fiction for publication in novel format.
We've added some web fiction-specific parts to our submission guidelines on the site, which are pretty clearly written as far as I can see, and I've taken the liberty of copying them here:
"Web Fiction Specific- Completed books or series submit as normal. For active stories, submissions must be in a publishable format, i.e. the book you want to submit must have a clear beginning, middle and end whether it is part of a series or not. Even if we pick up your story, we will not require you to take down your site."
What we do for authors is also clearly stated in our submission guidelines. It's a hell of a lot better than self-publishing, so if you've got a story that falls within our criteria and are brave enough to put your work to the test, we'd love to hear from you.
Note: We don't currently have a specific set of submission requirements, but as a rule we only take top-notch publishable work. For example, stories where much of the page count is dedicated to graphic sex have no chance, regardless of genre. We don't expect your stories to be completely anaemic or politically correct but please keep submissions sane in order to save our editors valuable time.
Please pick up/spread this announcement wherever it may be appropriate.