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New Literary Agency Listing

firstwriter.com – Friday September 25, 2015

Handles: Fiction; Nonfiction;
Areas: Biography; Cookery; Current Affairs; Historical;
Markets: Adult;
Treatments: Commercial; Literary

No Young Adult or children's. Query through form on website in first instance.

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New Publisher Listing

firstwriter.com – Thursday September 24, 2015

Publishes: Fiction; Nonfiction; Poetry;
Markets: Adult; Children's; Youth

Small independent publishing company, publishing fiction, poetry, nonfiction and graphic novels for adults, young adults, and children. Review books on website to see if yours is a fit, and if so query Acquisitions Editor by phone. See website for more details.

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Why writing a book through letters is beautiful and wild

theguardian.com – Wednesday September 23, 2015

Author Leah Thomas is in love with letters, that spill their messy, chaotic, over-sharing, unreliably narrated content out into the world – and that's why she wrote her epistolary novel Because You'll Never Meet Me.

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Super-agent Andrew “The Jackal” Wylie may inherit another large chunk of the world’s literary talent

qz.com – Wednesday September 23, 2015

Andrew Wylie, one of the world's most powerful literary agents, may soon gain even more sway as the representative of three more Nobel Prize-winning authors.

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New Magazine Listing

firstwriter.com – Wednesday September 23, 2015

Publishes: Essays; Fiction; Nonfiction; Poetry;
Areas include: Short Stories;
Markets: Adult;
Preferred styles: Literary; Traditional

Publishes fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry. Submit up to three poems maximum per submission. $5 reading fee for non-subscribers. Submit online using online submission system. Closed to submissions during July and August.

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“Keep Dying! Keep Writing It Down!” C.K. Williams’ Final Poems Capture the Velocity of Death

flavorwire.com – Tuesday September 22, 2015

C.K. Williams, whose poetry of moral and political probity spread outward from unsparing introspection, died at his home in Hopewell, New Jersey on Sunday at the age of 78. Williams is survived by his wife Catherine, who told the New York Times that he died of multiple myeloma.

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The Women’s Podcast: Sexism in Publishing, Culture Night and Sex Apps

irishtimes.com – Monday September 21, 2015

New York-based writer Catherine Nichols sent her new novel to literary agents under a man's name and received over eight times the number of responses than she had under her own name.

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Between the novel and the book

thebookseller.com – Monday September 21, 2015

What do Hard Times, Middlemarch, Crime and Punishment, War and Peace, and many more of the greatest novels ever published have in common?

When they were first published, they were not published as books. They were published serially.

People unfamiliar with the history of something tend to assume that what they've always known is the way things have always been. That's why most people think the 20th-century model of publishing, which favoured the publication of novels in book rather than serial format (I call it the "Doorstopper Model"), is a "traditional" form of publishing. It's not.

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Poems for People: an anthology in solidarity with refugees

firstwriter.com – Saturday September 19, 2015

Poets in Solidarity with Refugees is a group of writers, artists and literature promoters who want to share and welcome stories in solidarity with refugees fleeing war-torn countries. Poems and fiction for the anthology will be selected by an experienced editorial panel and backed by a promotional campaign.

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Build Your Own Blog New Writer Scholarship

firstwriter.com – Saturday September 19, 2015

Build Your Own Blog is looking for a talented writer to support through the New Writer Scholarship 2015.

The scholarship is open to anyone aged 16 or over, and any form of written material in English, including short stories, poems, and blog posts.

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