I’m a bad blogger. I know. There are lots of things I want to talk about… It’s getting to the point where I don’t even know where to begin. There’s the October 1st release of Billy Christmas from our sister company, Alan Squire Publishing. It’s exciting. It’s a YA fantasy. It’s selling out left and […]
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Back in April, I mentioned Rose Solari’s A Secret Woman in an article that also complained about the Kindle madness that was going on when the book was released. All that has since been resolved, and A Secret Woman is now on the Kindle. The folks at Alan Squire brought me in to help them […]
Two years ago,I signed on as a consultant for Alan Squire Publishing, out of Bethesda, MD. They had two titles — Bermuda Shorts and That Paris Year — already published, and we brought them into the SFWP family and gave them worldwide distribution. In what felt like (as far as publishing is concerned) the blink […]
I think I’ve managed to create confusion by running two writing contests with different end dates. All part of my cunning plan to frustrate everyone…including the judges! So we’ll start out with a reminder: The Poetry Awards Program ends on September 1st. The Literary Awards Program ends on December 15th.
I just updated Alan Cheuse’s events page with some new April and May dates. Check it out right here. Also don’t forget that we are now accepting entries for the 2011 Literary Awards Program (with Alan as the judge). More details right here. Also — April is poetry month! And we’ve got the wonderfully talented […]
March 1st sees the inaugural SFWP Poetry Contest. I’ll be discussing the finer details in future posts, but let’s start out with an introduction to Rose Solari. I first met Rose a couple years ago at a very impressive Christmas party. It was the sort of house party where a bartender spins out of the […]