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  • Select Book Conferences, Festivals, and Fairs in 2017
    ., June 23–28*The Writers’ League of Texas 2016 Agents & Editors Conference, Austin, Tex., June 30–July 221st Century Children’s Nonfiction Conference, New Rochelle, N.Y., TBDSeoul International Book Fair, Seoul, TBDJuly*ThrillerFest, New York City, July 11–15*Comic-Con Internationa
    01/02/2017
  • Getting It Right
    One reader said I should call federal agents and get the immigrants deported.
    01/02/2017
  • Breaking Down Barriers: PW Talks with Mark Dawson
    I sell a decent amount of paperbacks, but distribution into brick and mortar stores is something that is still difficult to crack as an indie.Does a successful independently published writer need a literary agent?
    12/29/2016
  • Children's Job Moves: December 2016
    She was previously an intern at Gallt & Zacker Literary Agency.Danielle Smith, formerly an agent at Red Fox Literary, has launched Lupine Grove Creative, a literary agency.
    12/22/2016
  • Meet the Self-Published Stars of 2016
    When Publishers Weekly launched BookLife, a website dedicated to indie authors and self-publishing, it was with the goal of finding and promoting great books by independent authors.
    12/19/2016
  • Fall 2016 Flying Starts: Martin Stewart
    Martin Stewart, aspiring novelist and full-time Scottish schoolteacher, had a literary agent and a manuscript that numerous editors agreed was superbly written, but probably not right for middle grade readers.
    12/19/2016
  • Fall 2016 Flying Starts: Audrey Coulthurst
    Later that year, Coulthurst participated in Pitch Wars—an experience that she calls “instrumental” in getting her manuscript ready to query and in securing the representation of agent Alexandra Machinist at ICM Partners.
    12/19/2016
  • New Titles from Self-Publishers, December 2016
    Booksellers, publishers, librarians, and agents are encouraged to look at the 74 self-published titles below, with descriptions provided by their authors.
    12/19/2016
  • Fall 2016 Flying Starts: Traci Chee
    During the querying stage, the manuscript was requested by three agents, including Barbara Poelle of the Irene Goodman Agency, who also represents Ahdieh.
    12/19/2016
  • The Best Publishing-News-in-Review Poem You'll Read All Week
    Check back with us a decade hence To learn if publishing still makes sense.Richard Curtis has been described as the greatest literary agent on East 72nd Street between New York City’s Second and Third Avenues.
    12/19/2016
  • Fall 2016 Flying Starts
    Fall 2016 Flying Starts: Martin StewartMartin Stewart, aspiring novelist and full-time Scottish schoolteacher, had a literary agent and a manuscript that numerous editors agreed was superbly written, but probably not right for middle grade readers.
    12/19/2016
  • Meet the BookLife Prize in Fiction Finalists
    I asked the universe to send the perfect agent to champion my story, but the responses I received were from agents who wanted either straight fantasy or straight contemporary, and I wasn’t willing to ditch either.
    12/19/2016
  • Craft 101: Writers' Colonies, Residencies, and Worskhops
    Do a general online search and check out writing.shawguides.com and newpages.com/writers-resources.A Writers’ Conference: If you are ready to try to find an agent; learn more about self-publishing, book distribution, and promotion; and meet other writers, bloggers, and editors from the
    12/16/2016
  • A Dual Career Comes Full Circle for Laura Godwin
    Now she’s my agent.”In a way, Godwin’s new book and her new job bring her twin pursuits – editing and writing – full circle.As a junior editor at Harper & Row in the 1980s, the very first illustrator she hired was William Low, who has also illustrated her new book, The F
    12/15/2016
  • “Pinch Me, I’m Dreaming”
    I email the agent back with an unholy number of exclamation marks.
    12/15/2016

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