During the recent Words & Music: A Literary Feast in New Orleans, literary agent Jeff Kleinman again led the event’s most popular session for writers, a gathering of an A-list of agents and editors, answering audience questions. Refer to Part
Copyright graphic courtesy freedigitalphotos.net. WWW team member Bren McClain forwarded an interesting article from Publisher’s Weekly yesterday: “For Major Publishers, Will Print No Longer Be the Norm?” Although provocative, “…a handful of agents, all of whom spoke to PW on
Our favorite panels at the writer events we attended this past year were those featuring agents and editors. This coverage, Part 2 of 4, is from the Agents & Editors panel at Words & Music: A Literary Feast in New
Our favorite panels at the writer events we attended this past year were those featuring agents and editors. As seismic waves of digital publishing and new tech continue to shift the plates of the publishing landscape, it’s fascinating to hear
Thanks to freelance writer Heather Legg for this guest post! For those serious about writing, a writing conference holds huge value. Through a conference, you can explore more about writing, learn different aspects of the craft, and network with a
Thanks to author Jacqueline Gum for this guest post: I’m pleased to pass along the information on a great contest that opens January 1, 2013, sponsored by The Columbus Creative Cooperative. This could be your shot! Check it out! NOTE:
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