About Worlds Unknown Publishers

About Worlds Unknown Publishers

Our Mission 

At Worlds Unknown Publishers, we provide a unique selection of high-quality fictional books that celebrate and share stories about Africa, its people, cultures, and expansive natural beauty. We believe in the power of authentic characters and relatable stories to foster a deeper understanding of the world's diverse cultures.

Our Vision

Through our partnership with Phoenix Publishers, offering over 200 titles in English and Swahili, we aim to illuminate the richness of society through our wide range of cultural and educational books. Our vision is to fill the void of knowledge with authentic voices that challenge assumptions and stereotypes.

Who We Are

We are the custodians of cultural enlightenment, engaging readers with authentic African adventure, mystery novels, and a broad spectrum of literary works. From board books for newborns to young adult novels, our collections cater to all age groups with a bias towards children's and teenage fiction.

What We Publish

Our publishing house is your portal to the unknown worlds with a robust book collections. Our books are meticulously categorized to resonate with readers of all ages:

  • Board books: Newborn to age 3
  • Picture books: Ages 3–8
  • Coloring and activity books: Ages 3–8
  • Novelty books: Ages 3 and up
  • Early, leveled readers: Ages 5–9
  • First chapter books: Ages 6–9 or 7–10
  • Middle-grade books: Ages 8–12
  • Young adult (YA) novels: Ages 12 and up or 14 and up
  • Adult fiction exploring cultural themes

Our Values

We are committed to providing an authentic voice for cultures through storytelling and creative writing. Our authors are courageous, challenging emotional commitments to beliefs and addressing others' viewpoints with truth and empathy.

Join Our Journey

Embark on a literary journey with Worlds Unknown Publishers, and indulge in a culture that will capture your imagination. Discover, learn, and appreciate the resilience and beauty of cultures around the globe.


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