Six editors share what they’re looking for, what they’re publishing, and what authors should know about the industry.
As founder and president of Serendipity, a boutique literary agency, Regina Brooks dedicates her skills and years of experience to helping a diverse client base get their work published.
Today, a six-figure income – or at least a full-time writing career – is actually a possibility for independent authors.
Armed with an eye for innovation, a crew of entrepreneurs is on the path to keeping stories central to a new publishing world.
Don’t be intimidated by today’s publishing environment. The key is the same as it’s always been: dream big and never give up.
A university and a publisher team up to put students on a fast track.
“I grew to love the challenges and rewards of the short story – the way you have to be precise and condensed and make every word count.”
Lissa Warren teaches the art of thinking like a publisher. She also has a lesson about a cat.
Use these ideas to create publishing opportunities.
Find a home for your book.