It can be difficult to know whether or not you’ve written a good poem. And while every reader is going to respond to a poem in his or her own way, there are signs that indicate a poem is solid, successful, and likely to be published. 1. You’ve tackled a big...
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What is a short story, personal essay, memoir, commentary, mixed genre piece, and do you know the difference between them? Learn how to identify the right genre of your short prose in order to get published.
Self-Publishing Self-Test: How To Determine If You’re A Good Candidate For Self-Publishing Your Book
For many authors, self-publishing a book can be the best way to get a book into print! But in the publishing industry, it’s always important to look (and research!) before you leap. And so we’ve devised a series of questions that authors should ask themselves before...
A list of questions to ask a literary agent. What you should ask a literary agent after he or she has offered to represent your book or novel.
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