I loved this article on using a Fake Book Cover I read recently: Some people have been known to lie about reading certain books in order to make themselves look smart. But nobody pretends to read certain books to make themselves look deranged or perverted. Nobody but comedian Scott Rogowsky that is. Not only that…
Maria Vicente is an associate literary agent at P.S. Literary Agency, providing support to her clients through all stages of the writing and publication process. Maria is dedicated to managing authors’ literary brands for the duration of their careers. Her reading preferences vary across categories and genres, which is reflected in her client list.
Novel writing isn’t for the impatient (or wise, for that matter). I’ve been writing mine since end 2011, and this year, I’ve finally found a literary agent for it, and for my writing. An insightful editor, an entertaining conversationalist/ email-writer who doesn’t mince his words, and a wry tweeter of cat pictures: Ed Wilson from…
Today I just want to share this wonderful guide to getting published in magazines by Windy Lynn Harris the tips editor at The Review Review, put together by Kristen McQuinn.
This is really the most comprehensive article I’ve ever seen on the subject, and one I hope my fellow-writers would find useful.
John Haggerty’s work has appeared most recently in Hobart, Monkeybicycle, Nimrod, Salon, and The Pinch. He is a member of the online writers’ collective The Fiction Forge, and one of the founding editors of Forge Literary Magazine.
Do you have questions for John ? Are you querying a book, or submitting to literary mags? Are you considering submitting to the Forge Literary magazine? Any other burning questions about the writing life, submitting and getting stories published? Have at it in the comments–John would be answering questions!