With all things electronic demanding our attention, with new media like e-books becoming more common and more sophisticated, is the ancient book dead. Hardly. Read why.
Your e-zine is hot off the cyber-presses, your methods of distribution are ready to roll, now you only need one thing: business. And that means PR.
Do you really need an agent? Here's one writer's irreverent guide to flying solo.
Here are six tips from literary agent Lori Perkins, on how you can better prepare yourself to succeed in the business.
Should you show your article to a source before publication? We asked about two dozen writers and editors if they'd ever done so; if so, what the circumstance and result were; and if not, why not.
Some of the keys to building a successful writing career cost moneya novelty most writers can't afford to waste. Here's how to invest in your career wisely.
Do you have a burning desire to publish your own magazine? Ignite that passion and distribute it for all to see.
Getting back that SASE often means rejection, but at least you know the editor got your query. What happens when you query abroad?
Excerpted from The Insider''s Guide to Getting an Agent, Lori Perkins gives her dos and don''ts when working with an agent.
How do you go from best friend to co-author without scarificing the friendship? Respect, honesty and a sense of humor.