The Future is Now

- by Karen Sandler

Last night, my husband and I used Skype to meet some of the folks our older son, Eric, works with and teaches in Osaka, Japan. It was so very cool to have a chance to meet his boss, his co-workers and some of his young students (Eric teaches them English). He coached each of the […]

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Meet Agent Laurie McLean

- by BlogMistress

AGENTS IN THE AGE OF DIGITAL PUBLISHING By Laurie McLean, Larsen Pomada Literary Agents To steal a line from my colleague Michael Larsen’s playbook, now is the absolute best time ever to be a writer. This is something I truly believe. The opportunities for writers to get their work published are more varied and numerous […]

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A fun and varied afternoon

- by Elaine Isaak

Today, I travelled to fantasy realms, got to be a teenager again, saw a magic show, and saw footage of hauntings–oh, and talked about books.  All without leaving the comfort of the hotel.  You certainly can’t fault the program on variety! I started my day with a small but avid group in Karen Young’s talk […]

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Meet Editorial Manager Deb Werksman

- by BlogMistress

Welcome Deb Werksman, acquiring editor and editorial manager for Sourcebooks for the past eleven years, before which she had her own publishing company. She is the country’s foremost editor of Jane Austen sequels, and acquires single title romance in all subgenres, as well as historical and women’s fiction.  Sourcebooks is the country’s largest woman-owned independent […]

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