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Editorial Double Standards

February 1, 2001 2:55 pm Published by Comments Off on Editorial Double Standards

How many best-selling novels have you read whose writing appeared inferior to yours? EDITORIAL DOUBLE STANDARDS By Michael Garrett Internationally Published... View Article


How to Begin a Novel

January 1, 2001 12:00 am Published by Comments Off on How to Begin a Novel

A monthly column written by an Authorlink contributing editor. We welcome your questions, comments and input to this page. ASK... View Article


David Ebershoff: What the Classics Teach Writers And Editors Today

December 1, 2000 12:00 am Published by Comments Off on David Ebershoff: What the Classics Teach Writers And Editors Today

The two most important things a writer needs to do to improve his or her craft are to write a lot, and read a lot. Reading the classics is an important step every writer needs to take as he or she refines their skills. It is important to know what precedes him or her as a writer, who has written what. Writers can learn the basics of style and plot and storyline from the classics, even writers whose style is not at all classical.


Syndication: Is It for You?

November 1, 2000 3:50 pm Published by Comments Off on Syndication: Is It for You?

Syndication: Is It for You? An excerpt from Sussessful Syndication, A Guide For Writers And Cartoonists Reprinted with permission of... View Article


Jane Cavolina Senior Editor Simon & Schuster, New York, NY Imprint: Pocket Books

September 20, 2000 8:37 pm Published by Comments Off on Jane Cavolina Senior Editor Simon & Schuster, New York, NY Imprint: Pocket Books

My memories of books go way far back--my mother read to us all when we were very small. I was in a book club when I was about three, and read incessantly. In fact, my mother has a small Hummel of a little girl reading, called "Bookworm," that she bought because it reminded her of me. It was always books for me.