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Links 1 through 10 of 24 by Rob Friesel tagged publishing

Michael Bourne, writing at The Millions: «An agent’s job is to find an author whose novel is ready for publication, or so close to ready that it makes economic sense for the agent to put the time into helping make it ready, and connect that writer to a publisher. [...] getting your work to a publishable level, building a track record that will be attractive to a publishing house, wangling connections that will get you out of the slush pile – that’s your job.» Perhaps not the most encouraging report, but it makes sense -- even if it contradicts some things that other folks have written. What this means however, is that it really is that important to know the right people, or else have a *very* strong self-published novel, or else make that investment in something like a trip to Clarion...

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At Wired How-To Wiki.

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at Inkpunks — could have been sub-titled: "the less-is-more approach to writing cover letters"

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Victoria Strauss: <blockquote>If you’ve written a marketable book, if you done your research, if you’re smart and persistent, you have a very reasonable chance of finding publication.</blockquote> Maybe.

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New York Magazine -- <i>Books, he says, “were like Internet stocks, getting enormous advances without demonstrating any moneymaking whatsoever.”</i>

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