Editorial Staff

Editorial Staff

Denise Roy, Editor at Simon & Schuster

My mother, a children’s librarian, read to me in the womb, so my relationship with words and books dates back to before I was born. Frances the badger (BREAD AND JAM FOR FRANCES, A BIRTHDAY FOR FRANCES, etc., by Russell and Lillian Hoban) was my favorite.

Finding the Right Agent

A monthly column written by an Authorlink! contributing editor. We welcome your questions, comments and input to this page. ASK THE EDITOR Finding the Right Agent By Susan Malone June, 1999   Probably the most frequent question I get (along with most agents...

Skiing the Slippery Slopes of Publishing

A monthly column written by an Authorlink! contributing editor. We welcome your questions, comments and input to this page. ASK THE EDITOR "Skiing the Slippery Slopes of Publishing " By Susan Malone May, 1999 Writers are bombarded these days with a...

“Staying Afloat in a Sea of Submissions”

A monthly column written by an Authorlink! contributing editor. We welcome your questions, comments and input to this page. ASK THE EDITOR "Staying Afloat In A Sea Of Submissions" By Susan Malone April, 1999 The business of publishing has grown so...

Fair Use

Fair Use By Margaret Adamson Fincannon Reprinted with permission from Margaret's Tutorials, FREE Internet Encyclopedia ( http://www.clever.net/cam/cyberlib.34.html)   On the Web, everybody is a publisher. So it behooves everyone to try to work together for a...

Greer Kessel Hendricks, Editor Pocket Books, Washington Square Press, MTV Books

My first job after college was at Allure Magazine where I worked as an editorial assistant. I left there to attend the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. While at Columbia I took a book writing and publishing course which led me to the decision to pursue a career as a book editor. After graduating I worked at Scribner as an Assistant Editor and then I moved to Pocket Books.