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Profile promotes Westland to editorial deputy

thebookseller.com – Saturday October 3, 2015

Profile Books has promoted Hannah Westland to the position of Andrew Franklin's editorial deputy.

Westland has been the publisher at Serpent's Tail since 2012, and before that was an agent at Rogers, Coleridge and White. Her authors at Serpent's Tail include Zoe Pilger, Sarah Perry, and Jami Attenberg.

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New Magazine Listing

firstwriter.com – Friday October 2, 2015

Publishes: Articles; Fiction; News; Nonfiction; Poetry; Reviews;
Areas include: Arts; Culture; Legal; Nature; Politics; Short Stories; Sociology; Women's Interests;
Markets: Adult

Publishes articles focussing on politics, social commentary, popular culture, law, education, art and the environment, through a feminist lens. Also publishes original fiction and poetry, but publishes these infrequently. See website for full submission guidelines.

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New Literary Agency Listing

firstwriter.com – Friday October 2, 2015

Handles: Fiction; Nonfiction;
Areas: Humour; Women's Interests;
Markets: Adult; Children's; Youth;
Treatments: Commercial; Literary

Handles literary fiction, commercial women's fiction, comic writing, narrative nonfiction, Young Adult fiction and fiction for children aged 9+. No poetry, picture books, or screenplays, except for existing clients. Accepts submissions by email but prefers submissions by post. Mainly represents authors from the UK and Ireland, and sometimes Australia and New Zealand. Only represents US authors in very exceptional circumstances. See website for full guidelines.

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OF WORDS AND WILL | I’m Just a Manuscript: Part Two

cornellsun.com – Thursday October 1, 2015

This week I'm continuing my overview of the book publishing industry. If you missed the beginning of the list, check out my last post.

Today I'm focusing on interns and agents within a literary agency and leaving the rest of the process for later posts so I can give it the space it deserves. But for now, read below to find out what happens to your manuscript within a literary agency!

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What Writing His First Novel Taught Author Ted Bell About Writing His Ninth Novel

huffingtonpost.com – Wednesday September 30, 2015

"I can't predict what's going to happen with movie deals but I can predict what's going to happen with Putin."

After he said it over the phone, author Ted Bell and I chuckled. It was mid-morning on a Monday. Bell and I could hear one another over the line, sipping our coffee (he in Northern California, I in Southern California). We were wrapping up a telephone interview on Bell's writing career and the release of his new book Patriot.

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‘Irish publishing has no VIP room’: why Irish writing is a movement having a moment

irishtimes.com – Wednesday September 30, 2015

Tramp Press co-publisher Sarah Davis-Goff surveys Ireland's literary scene, argues that its small presses have the best ammunition and offers her own publishing philosophy.

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New Magazine Listing

firstwriter.com – Wednesday September 30, 2015

Publishes: Fiction;
Areas include: Short Stories;
Markets: Adult;
Preferred styles: Literary

Annual magazine of short fiction, inviting submissions from around the world.

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Writers' Handbook 2016 now available in print

firstwriter.com – Wednesday September 30, 2015

Following last month's release of the digital editions of firstwriter.com's 2016 edition of its Writers' Handbook, the print editions are now also available from various outlets around the world. These include:

Amazon.com ($17.25)

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The Secret of Writing An Action Movie in Book Form

io9.com – Tuesday September 29, 2015

A great novel can be just as exciting and thrilling as a big-budget Hollywood tentpole. A novel can contain massive, insane action, that movie-makers could never even afford to bring to life. But how do you create an action movie on the page? We talked to 10 of our favorite authors, and here's what they told us.

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Publishers more content with digital transition than authors

thebookseller.com – Tuesday September 29, 2015

Publishers are more content about how the book business is weathering the digital transition than authors, early results of the FutureBook Digital Census have found.

The Digital Census, the annual tracker of the book business' digital evolution, was launched two weeks ago and so far more than 400 respondents have completed the survey.

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