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Submit a query letter, preferably via e-mail, containing information about the book, bio, and the first five pages in the body of the e-mail. Response time is within four weeks.
“Don't be afraid to let your voice come through in your query. There is so much advice out there on writing query letters, which is great, but I think it's easy to get too wrapped up in guidelines and end up with a query that feels a bit formulaic. A great query will get the important information across while at the same time giving a glimpse into the voice and the nature of your book.”
Is strong journalism and column writing considered when judging the talent of a writer seeking to branch out into more creative areas?
If I’m a hermit by choice (find crowds draining, don’t do public speaking well), how does that reduce my chances of being published? Would an agent and/or publisher see that as a marketing...
Is self-publishing my early work going to cost me later in my literary career? Does an agent perceive self-published work as a demerit?