It’s September, which means that literary magazines are shaking off summertime drowsiness and reopening to submissions. Unless your goal is simply to be published in a lit mag, any lit mag, you should make your submission process as strategic as possible.Read More
Hint: This is a trick question.Read More
While your query letter might be strong, there are four areas of the submission process you could be overlooking.Read More
There are so many ways to publicize a book that the only wrong one is believing in one-size-fits-all publicity. My best advice to you is to start early and to think creatively.Read More
An experienced freelance editor can assess which parts of your manuscript aren't functioning optimally and prescribe practical revisions to help you take it to the next level.
But don’t take my word for it.
Instead, take the word of agents, editors, and readers—the literary gatekeepers who will essentially judge your words whether you’ve hired a freelance editor or not.Read More