Lisa Rodgers of Jabberwocky Literary is seeking science fiction, fantasy, YA and middle grade of all genres, and romance.
A roundup from Publisher’s Weekly about the top ten short story collections.
Amy Cloughley of Kimberley Cameron & Associates is seeking literary and commercial fiction, mystery/suspense, narrative nonfiction, travel or adventure memoir.
Loretta Caravette of Sadler-Caravette specializes in middle-grade fiction and early readers, and will focus on film rights management.
A list from BuzzFeed Books on the last words of luminaries like Aldous Huxley and Voltaire. The short descriptions with each quote tell you a bit about the author’s live and death. Interesting and illuminating!
Longreads, a platform that curates fiction and nonfiction over 1,500 words, is starting a big push to increase membership. It’s free for users or you can buy full access to the site for a nominal fee. Longform works are experiencing a resurgence, so the time is right to find works that mirror your own.
Publisher’s Weekly offers a list of the top ten horror books. How does your writing compare?