Hallmark Submission Guidelines for movies, artwork, writing, ideas and more

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I went the the Hallmark site to see if they take unsolicited submissions and the answers is no, HOWEVER they provide sites that can be helpful in regards to obtaining a literary agent or other agent in which to submit work to them as well as similar companies.

Frequently Asked Questions

Inventors / Idea Submitters

How can I submit my photo, artwork, poetry or writing for use on a Hallmark card?

Hallmark does not accept or purchase unsolicited submissions of ideas, artwork, photography, or writing for our greeting card or gift books lines.

However, we do offer capabilities on Hallmark.com that allow you to add your own photo and message to a personalized greeting card, and we are now offering an open call for specific content in an ongoing series of themed competitions. We will only accept submitted concepts that fit the current competition theme described at Hallmark.com/you. Please refer to Hallmark.com/you for detailed submission instructions.

How can I submit my product idea or invention to Hallmark?

Hallmark does not accept or consider outside submissions of creative ideas, suggestions, or materials.

Will Hallmark review my script for a movie?

The Hallmark Hall of Fame does not accept unsolicited material. If you have a story, idea or project that you feel could work for the Hallmark Hall of Fame, please have it submitted through a licensed literary agent.

It is the Hallmark Channel’s policy not to accept or consider unsolicited ideas, proposals and/or other creative materials (e.g. scripts, treatments, stories, etc.).

Will Hallmark review my book or consider my writing for the Gift Books line?

Hallmark is unable to accept – or assume responsibility for – unsolicited manuscripts. For those seeking publication of their work, we suggest finding an agent to represent you in your search. Sources include writersdigest.comauthorlink.comliteraryagent.com, and The Writer’s Market book, available at local bookstores or libraries.

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