Traditional Publishing
Self-Publishing
Share

Writers' News

New Publisher Listing

firstwriter.com – Friday September 4, 2015

University press with a particular strength in literary publishing, including poetry, short fiction, and translation, as well as nonfiction.

[See the full listing]

New Literary Agency Listing

firstwriter.com – Thursday September 3, 2015

Welcomes submissions for fiction and nonfiction for adults, young adults, teens, and children 9+.

[See the full listing]

New Magazine Listing

firstwriter.com – Thursday September 3, 2015

Quarterly online literary journal. Submit 1-3 poems, or fiction or creative nonfiction up to 5,000 words.

[See the full listing]

New Literary Agency Listing

firstwriter.com – Tuesday September 1, 2015

Handles adult and young adult fiction.

[See the full listing]

Can authors compete with 'non-competes'?

thebookseller.com – Saturday August 29, 2015

No publisher would agree, at an author's request, to forgo publishing another author's book on a particular subject. So why should an author assume a similar obligation? But it happens all the time.

[Read the full article]

Rude awakening: three essential rules for writing good sex

theguardian.com – Friday August 28, 2015

Serious fiction should not ignore physical love, but it's hard to get right. Here are a few lessons I've learned.

[Read the full article]

Top Tips for "Aspiring" Writers

huffingtonpost.co.uk – Wednesday August 26, 2015

I'm often asked if I have any nuggets of wisdom for aspiring writers.

Being me; terrible at stringing sentences together verbally, and often angsty about my work, I tend to deflect, self-deprecatingly, and redirect the question back into the conversation.

[Read the full article]

A Book Well Worth the Wait

publishersweekly.com – Sunday August 23, 2015

An editor publishes a book by a writer whose work he fell in love with 20 years ago.

[Read the full article]

Revealed: Why the Dragon Tattoo girl is really a man (...and why Stieg Larsson wrote off Inspector Morse)

dailymail.co.uk – Sunday August 23, 2015

The heroine should act like a man while the hero should be a ‘bimbo' – and neither should ever behave like Inspector Morse.

These are the bizarre rules of crime writing, according to the stunningly successful author of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.

[Read the full article]

ePublish and Be Damned!

huffingtonpost.com – Saturday August 22, 2015

There's an old cliché in the ink stained trade from which I hail, "Every journalist has a novel in him, which is an excellent place for it."

But in 2004, when I was young, dumb and full of cum, I paid no heed to caution or wisdom. I had a daredevil idea, for a non-fiction book about jails in the USA, and submitted the proposal to several literary agencies based out of London.

[Read the full article]

Page of 149 137
Share