Here’s an inspiring post from the Writer’s Digest site. Remember why you wanted to be a writer. Aim for the stars.
Here’s an interview with an agent who represents books for children, Stephanie Thwaites at Curtis Brown.
Click on the link to find out more about her.
Calls for anthology submissions. Sort through your short stories, children’s stories, and poetry. Then, mark your calendars. It is one way to catch the eye of an editor or agent.
If you have a question your’d like to ask a literary agent, here’s your chance.
If you write books for children, you might want to read this interview with Stephen Fraser on the “Throwing Up Words” blog.
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.
Don’t miss this great round-up of last year’s literary conflicts.
Here’s some solid information about agents for writers of children’s books from Harold Underdown.
Read about innovative approaches to literary publishing in this article by Travis Kurowski in Poets and Writers Magazine online.
Poets and Writers, if you don’t know about it, is a terrific resource for literary workers. There are market listings, contest postings, interviews, and much more.
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.