A Few Words With: Avanti Centrae

A Few Words With: Avanti Centrae

From navigating treacherous river rapids to the labyrinth of Corporate America, thriller author Avanti Centrae thrives on pushing things to the edge. That thrill-a-minute spirit is the heart and soul of her debut novel, The Lost Power. I recently sat down with the...
A Few Words With: Peter Steiner

A Few Words With: Peter Steiner

Peter Steiner has always found ways to tell stories. His first cartoons appeared in the New Yorker in 1979, and his 1993 “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog” cartoon remains the most popular in the magazine’s history. He is also a...
A Few Words With: Editor Stuart Horwitz

A Few Words With: Editor Stuart Horwitz

As noted here before, every professional editor has their own focus, their own style, and their own process for how they help writers take a lump of coal into a shiny diamond. This week, I sat down with the estimable Stuart Horwitz, the founder of Book Architecture,...
A Few Words With: Editor Kristen Havens

A Few Words With: Editor Kristen Havens

Every writer needs a good editor. But not all editors are created equal, and having a website and a business card is not proof that someone knows that they are doing. I sat down recently with Los Angeles-based Kristen Havens, one of the most respected nonfiction...
A Few Words With: Literary Agent Elizabeth Kracht

A Few Words With: Literary Agent Elizabeth Kracht

As any aspiring writer can tell you, it’s tough out there in the literary world. I sat down recently with agent, writer and freelance editor Elizabeth Kracht of the Kimberly Cameron Agency to gain some insight into the ever-evolving publishing industry.  ...

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