What are the most important aspects of a story, what do Editors look for, choosing the right Editor for you, what if you’re a bad fit, do you need a polished series, do you need an agent, is it hard to read for fun as an Editor, and closing thoughts.
know I’ve answered this in drips and drabs throughout my discussions on getting an agent, but I figured I’d address this head on, today.
What is ‘traditional’ publishing, the steps necessary, and who the traditional publishers are.
What the other options are.
And why I still wanna go traditional, at least for now.
A #Balticon55 panel.
It’s a jungle out there for new writers. Here are:
1. Things To Watch Out For
2. What Should Be In A Short Story Contract
3. Horror Stories and Near Misses
4. Resources and closing thoughts
Or, watch the 55 minute panel in full on youtube.com/BaltimoreSciFi
I know, I talk a lot about queries and the querying process. You may have even heard me say most of this before, but I’ve decided to break it out again in a clean format. Because?
Query letters are hard.
Also? I made a nifty infographic!
So you have a story and you want to publish it yourself. Let’s talk about how to get started, how … More