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 […]
From small presses, to indies, to the Big Five, publishers come in all shapes and sizes, and hold the key to authorship.
This probably sounds like a trick question: isn’t the right publisher for your book the publisher who wants to publish your book? The one (or
The pain of being on submission to publishers or “on sub” is real. And if your book doesn’t sell on submission? Agony. Self-doubt. Loneliness. Even
As aspiring authors, we know the odds of getting published are against us. And breaking in as a debut author is so much more difficult.
If you are looking to go the traditional book publishing route with a traditional publisher, the length of time it takes to get a book
You’ll notice this posted under the Publishers topic rather than the Submissions topic. That’s because going out “On Submission to Publishers” is such a different
Publishers can broadly be divided into two categories: traditional publishers (i.e. the Big Five publishing houses in New York) and indie publishers. Indie publishing is
Publishing houses in New York The “Big Five” publishing houses in New York, or the “Sister Six” as they used to be known until Penguin