Tag: publishing

Featured WLT 2013 Agents and Editors Conference Blog

An Interview with Keynote Speaker Chuck Sambuchino   The Writers’ League of Texas 2013 Agents and Editors Conference is only a couple months away. This year, WLT managed to nab Chuck Sambuchino, everything extraordinaire, for the Keynote Luncheon. He’s done it all folks — writing, editing, publishing, agents. He’s the

read more >

Third Thursday Wrap Up

October’s Third Thursday Wrap-Up Author’s Guide to PR and Marketing: On Your Own, But Not Alone By Lexie Smith Marketing your book is like life. Ultimately you’re responsible for how you live your life, but you don’t have to live it alone. Unless you want to, in which case you’ll

read more >

Write to Land That Job or Promotion

Writing isn’t always about imagination and fancy adjectives. Sometimes it’s about sharing information, plain and simple. Today’s guest post comes to us from Mary Forlenza, a senior marketing writer and editor in Austin. We hope her words of advise will appeal to all you practical writers out there! – Sara

read more >

Q&A with Editor Lucy Chambers of Bright Sky Press/Conference

Although meeting and mingling with agents is one of the biggest parts of WLT’s Agents Conference, there’s much more than just that! One of the other exciting options that the Agents Conference offers is introducing attendees to some of the country’s top editors, who will share their valuable expertise on

read more >

Right on, Timothy Egan!

Timothy Egan has a great rant on the Joe the Plumber/Sarah Palin book deals in today’s New York Times. Can’t wait to see what he has to say about the fourth-grader who landed a deal for something called How to Talk to Girls. We just can’t make this stuff up!

read more >
Search Scribe By Category