When I first met author Robert Levy on my MFA (at the bar, as I recall—instant appreciation over red wine), I remember getting such a […]
Copyright is a curiously prevalent—and frankly, bizarre—preoccupation for writers preparing to submit their work to literary agents. Writers are really worried about copyright. Like, far
How long should your book be? Does it even matter? Isn’t the art as long as the art needs to be for you to tell
You’ve done the hard work with your query letter, and now comes the excruciating wait, the self-doubt, the endless questions around query letter follow-up etiquette.
You may have heard about the great query letter vs. book proposal debate. Which one should you choose to pitch your manuscript or project to
Comp titles in query letters are essentially the titles of published books that are similar or comparable to your manuscript. They are designed to help
There’s no such thing as an aspiring writer. If you write, you are a writer. But there is such a thing as an aspiring author:
There’s truly nothing better than reading a book that keeps you on your toes until the very last page. Books with unreliable narrators are usually first-person