When it comes to maneuvering the complex labyrinth that comprises the modern publishing industry, few voices are as respected as former Writer’s Digest publisher Jane Friedman.
Many aspiring authors know Chuck Sambuchino from his time at Writer’s Digest, where for many years he was the editor of the publication’s indispensable annual “Guide to Literary Agents.” When he was not helping others find an agent, Chuck was
Mardi Jo Link – Bootstrapper!
Successful authors are usually loath to risk alienating the loyal readers they have worked so hard to acquire, so any foray into another genre is usually done under a
Like most baseball fans, I grew up believing the immortal Ty Cobb of the Detroit Tigers was one miserable, awful SOB. But thanks to the impeccable Charles Leerhsen I don’t believe that anymore, nor should anyone else.
Dana Johnson: A Real California Girl
Author Dana Johnson has been described as “an exacting observer of the beautiful ugly truths of Los Angeles, class, race, being alive.” After reading her outstanding debut novel
Parenting is a damned hard job. Days off? Ha! And as any stressed out, overworked and sleep-deprived parent can tell you, we can all use a hand once in a while.