Our Vision

At DLG Publishing Partners, we value the written word of the authors signed and are committed to working with individuals who are passionate about the content, brand, and vision of the work they create.

Our Mission

DLG recognizes love is universal and comes in many different shapes, forms, and sizes, which is why we’re interested in well-crafted stories, fresh characters, original worlds, and diverse experiences with a realistic or otherworldly feel. Currently, we are seeking stories with fresh, exciting voices in all categories for eBooks and print. If you have something new, exciting, unique, and diverse, we want to hear from you. We accept both agented and unagented submissions that haven’t been previously published; however, in some cases, we will accept some previously published standalones and series on a case-by-case basis.

M.L. De La Garza, AAFB, BSBF/HRMs, MFA

Co-Founder & CEO

Founder and Senior Editor M.L. De La Garza graduated with a B.S. in Business Finance and a Masters in Creative Writing. She is interested in a well-crafted story that brings both the world-building and characters developed to life on the page. If you have a blended-genre story, an outside-of-the-box idea, or a traditional story with an HEA, HFN, sad, or cliffhanger, she wants to read it.

Contact M.L. De La Garza at: Michelle.L.DeLaGarza@DLGPublishingPartners.com

Valdemar De La Garza


Valdemar De La Garza has a background in computer networking, photography, and the medical field. He’s interested in funny, quirky stories that find humor in everyday life, as well as science fiction thrillers that push the limits of the human condition, mysteries that leave you hungry for more, and all-around adventure books. If you wrote an amazing journey, he wants to know about it.

Contact Valdemar De La Garza at: Valdemar.DeLaGarza@DLGPublishingPartners.com

Kristin T. De La Garza

Junior Editor/Acquisition Assistant

Kristin T. De La Garza’s a North American poet partway through an English degree. She assists the house by looking over submitted content. Poetry, often entrusted to her for acquisitions, ranks high on her list of interests. Artful pieces belonging to various forms are welcome by DLG Publishing. While Kristin T. De La Garza writes/reads poetry, she also enjoys when short stories capture common, yet breathtaking moments. Leave her in awe, and you may find yourself in good hands.

Contact Kristin T. De La Garza at: Kristin.DLGPublishingPartners@Outlook.com

Taylor Lee/DLG Jr. Editor

Taylor is a mother, wife, social worker, and author, who first joined DLG as an intern in 2020. Currently, she’s working on her MSW. She has a BSW and an AA in Creative Writing. With a passion for the craft, she was fiercely interested in learning all she could about the publishing world.

Now as a Jr. Editor, she enjoys helping other writers hone their skills and make their work as strong and impactful as it can be. Taylor enjoys paranormal, urban, and high fantasy romance with emphasis on emotional development of the characters. She’s open to YA/NA with any kind of heat level as long as it serves the story.

Contact Taylor Lee at: submissions@DLGPublishingPartners.com

Misty Yarnall/DLG Jr. Editor

Misty Yarnall is a writer, editor, and creative mentor, who first joined DLG as an intern in 2020. She earned her BFA in Creative Writing from Purchase College. Her work can be found in a handful of literary magazines, including Prime Number Magazine, The Roadrunner Review, KAIROS Literary Magazine, and The Merrimack Review. She is the recipient of the Sixth Act Playwriting Award and the POV Fest Screenwriting Award, and she is currently the head of summer youth programming at the Hudson Valley Writers Center.

As a Jr. Editor, Misty is eager to partner with writers of all experience levels to publish new content. She enjoys strong, character-driven fiction with any level of heat. She gravitates towards realism, but is always excited to work with original sci-fi and fantasy. She is also seeking quality creative nonfiction with memorable themes.

Contact Misty Yarnall at: submissions@DLGPublishingPartners.com

Beth Ann Miller/PA and Graphic Artist

DLG PA and Graphic Artist

Beth Ann Miller is a wife, mother of four and grandmother of two. She is from a small town in Western Pennsylvania but currently resides in Northern Illinois. Her love of reading led her to the book world as a beta and proofreader.

Beth has over five years of experience in both marketing and graphic design. Her clients include self-published authors, publishing companies, and an indie romance magazine. Beth hopes to one day publish her own Paranormal Romance series.

Contact Beth Ann Miller at: submissions@DLGPublishingPartners.com

Please submit all submissions through the DLG Publishing Partners Submittable website. Only email inquiries to the editorial staff.

Nicole Marie Zamudio-Roman/DLG Literary Intern

Nicole Marie Zamudio-Roman is a graduate of Rollins College in Winter Park, FL. She received her B.A. in English with a concentration in Creative Writing and will be going on in the Fall of 2020 to start her M.P.S. in Publishing at George Washington University. Her work has been or will be published in Crack the Spine, Brushing, The Sandspur, and Creative Communications.

Most of her free time has been devoted to working for the publishing industry. When she is not working, she can be found writing queer love stories, streaming Netflix, bookstagramming, walking her dogs, and reading underrated books.

Contact Nicole Marie Zamudio-Roman at: submissions@DLGPublishingPartners.com

Margo Strifert/DLG Literary Intern

Margo Strifert is a travel writer who cherishes good poetry, indoor gardens, and fresh tea. Recently, she graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder’s English department, where she also studied Anthropology and Philosophy. However, she has decided to pursue a career in writing and publishing. 

Her work has been on Glasse Factory and Wild Bum’s website, as well as in print in an issue of Borrowed Solace. She also competes in poetry slams across the country. Currently, she resides in Boulder, CO, but she hopes to continue her nomadic lifestyle as soon as possible.

Margo focuses on editing short stories for DLG publishing. 

Contact Margo Strifert at: submissions@DLGPublishingPartners.com