Ron Charles points out in the Washington Post that vampire stories are old, over-done, and generally worn out.
I recently spoke to an aspiring author who was obsessed with developing his “signature style.” This well-intentioned person knew that to make it in publishing,
Publishers Weekly reported that Stephen King has agreed to write a graphic novel as his next installment in the Dark Tower series.
Our patron saint John, whose battles with wild cats in his neighborhood have reached Caddyshack proportions,
Longtime readers of Slushpile know that one of my biggest irritations is when editors (fiction or nonfiction), agents, journals, and publishers don’t respond to queries.
Anne Rice, the foremost chronicler of vampires and the children of the night, the lady who wrote softcore S&M books under a psuedonym,
It seems to me that there are about three ways to get published these days. First, you just have to write an extraordinary book.