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Welcome to Ask Me Editing, the advice column that’s here to help you with your writing ‘lifestyle’. This week we’ve got all sorts of shifty behavior going on, and the takeaway is that writers are garbage people.
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Q: Sweet, sweet fantasy baby
Do you have any advice for aspiring fantasy authors (or genre fiction authors in general) on how to build up a folio of published work or get noticed by publishers/agents? It seems in the Australian industry most journals/awards are focused on literary fiction, and not genre fiction so much. What opportunities are out there for genre writers?
This is Ask Me Editing, a new writing and publishing-advice column where our writing-industry agony-uncle dispenses priceless advice.
Welcome to Ask Me Editing, the publishing advice column that has seriously never even heard of Reddit, why do people keep asking us that? Your literary agony aunt, Patrick Lenton, is ready to calm your fears about publishing and unintentionally fan your anxiety.
This is Ask Me Editing, a new writing and publishing-advice column where our industry agony-uncle dispenses priceless advice.
Hello and welcome to Ask Me Editing, the publishing advice column that in no-way infringes on anything Reddit has ever done. So, learn some stuff about book business and then go back to poring over your manuscript. Send me your questions, like ‘Why can't I stop crying?’.