In an exclusive dual interview appearing in the February 2012 issue of Writer’s Digest magazine, Lincoln and Child share what we can all learn from what makes their partnership work—about writing only what really speaks to us, finding our path through the story, and learning the value of feedback we can trust. (To read the full interview, click here to buy a copy of the issue [coming soon]). In this bonus online-only Q&A, they talk more about why reaching out to readers is important, and how to balance all the many aspects of a successful writing career today.
In this special online-only expanded version of the Baen Books market profile featured in the February 2012 issue of WD, publisher Toni Weisskopf shares more tips for breaking into Baen.
Here’s how to ensure that your submission contains all the key essentials.
This installment features Kelly Sonnack of the Andrea Brown Literary Agency. Kelly recently joined the ABLA after leaving the Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency. She is seeking: all types of children's literature (picture books, middle grade, young adult, and graphic novels). In picture books and middle grade fiction, Kelly looks for a good sense of humor, stories that stretch a young reader's imagination, and an authentic voice. In young adult, she appreciates literary voices and character-driven stories with heart. In non-fiction for children, she enjoys projects that inspire and stimulate the minds of our younger generations.”