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By Lee Wind
There’s a saying that a work of art isn’t complete until it has been witnessed.
So the book I wrote that would have completely changed my life if I’d read it as a fifteen-year-old wasn’t complete. Not until it had readers.
Over six years, the manuscript for Queer as a Five-Dollar Bill had been written and re-written,
Continue Reading Guest Post: Lee Wind: From Kickstarter to Book – The Wild Roller Coaster of Publishing My Debut YA Novel »
By Deborah Lytton
Thanks to Gayleen and Cyn for having us on Cynsations. It’s always such a pleasure to be here!
Today, I have asked my agent and friend, Stacey Glick to join me to discuss the Middle Grade series proposal.
Stacey is Vice President at Dystel, Goderich & Bourret Literary Management and has been my agent for over 12 years. Continue Reading Guest Post: Author Deborah Lytton & Agent Stacey Glick on Middle Grade Series Proposals »
By Catherine Coe
Note: This is the final installment of our series focusing on the SCBWI Europolitan Conference. Author Catherine Coe interviewed agent Penny Holroyde and her client author-illustrator Chris Mould.
Agent Penny Holroyde started her career in publishing over twenty years ago working in the rights department at Walker Books and selling picture book co-editions across the world.
Continue Reading 2017 Europolitan Con: Agent Penny Holroyde & Author-Illustrator Chris Mould »
Agent Gemma Cooper
By Melanie Rook Welfing
Note: Gemma Cooper and Robin Stevens were interviewed by SCBWI Netherlands Regional Advisor Melanie Rook Welfing for the upcoming SCBWI Europolitan conference. This is the second in a series of six articles.
Gemma Cooper started her publishing career in New York, then spent several years working in London,
Continue Reading 2017 SCBWI Europolitan Con: Agent Gemma Cooper & Author Robin Stevens »