It used to be an unwritten rule: Writers didn’t send out summer submissions. Literary agents and editors were all on vacation or working summer hours, so the general assumption was—why bother? But that was back in the decades of poodle skirts, tie-dyed shirts, leg...
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When it’s time to write about coffee shop meet-cutes, Vikings, clever detective work, or almost any story plot, most authors roll up their sleeves and get right to work—after all, creative writing is what writers do best! But when you’re penning a personal essay,...
Writing a book is a long and often lonely process. Months, even years, will be spent working on your Great American Novel. But if you want to see your masterpiece sitting on a bookstore shelf someday, eventually you’ll have to emerge from your writing cocoon. At...
Writer: Got what it takes to become a book editor? In this article on BookRiot.com, Writer’s Relief learned that some editors work a day job and freelance edit in the evening, while others work for large publishing companies. And there are many different types of book...
Ah, poetry—an extremely personal and subjective art form if there ever was one! It can be tough figuring out which topics and styles will click with the editors of literary journals, especially when trends in the publishing industry change so rapidly. Luckily, the...
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