YA Debut Author Anne Blankman’s Route to Publication

How do you get published? The answer is different for every writer. Here’s one author’s story. Your route will not be the same, but you will pick up some valuable information about the road. Don’t forget to check out other interviews in this excellent blog’s archive.

Writer, Writer, Pants on Fire: An SAT with YA Debut Author Anne Blankman.


Knowing When You’re Ready for a Literary Agent

As you know, one of my most important goals this year is to secure representation for my fiction. I am working on an assignment now, but I have been collecting and sharing information about finding agents. B.j. Lee, a writer I met in an online group suggested this article, and it’s a winner. Click on the link below.

Knowing When Your MS is Ready to Query by Literary Agent Lara Perkins.

Information About Kerry Sparks, Agent for Middle Grade and YA Fiction

If you write middle grade or young adult fiction, take a look at the page for Kerry Sparks at the Levine/Greenberg Literary Agency, Inc.

Click on the link below for an introduction and basic submission information. You can also plug her name into a favorite search engine to find interviews with her.

Kerry Sparks.

Advice on Online Presence and More from Agent Jennifer Laughran

Here’s another great literary agent blog. The latest post is about managing your image online. Good to think about.

Jennifer Represents…: Who Am I, Anyway?.

An Interview with Caryn Wiseman

Here’s an interview with another agent who represents books for children. She is still with the Andrea Brown Literary Agency. Submission guidelines and recent deals are on the agency’s site.

Most Popular Posts 2010 – Caryn Wiseman – Andrea Brown Literary Agency – Tales from the Rushmore Kid.

From Writer’s Digest, Find an Agent

Check out this excellent post. It may help you find an agent.

Read the other posts on this blog too. It is an excellent resource for writers.

Get an Agent: 25 Literary Agents Looking for New Clients | WritersDigest.com.

Ask an Agent

Here’s a chance to have your submissions and writing questions answered by a top agent. Writers Digest is starting a new column with Barbara Poelle. They need questions from writers. Yours could be chosen! Check the article for all the information you need.

Introducing Our New Advice Column for Writers: Funny You Should Ask! | WritersDigest.com.