Some thoughts on what writers and agents can do to shore up our in-house colleagues' sanity.
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A grab bag of random book ideas in search of an author.
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I hope all of us are taking notes from this guy while he emerges as one of the most effective and affecting writers in modern history.
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The uplifting reminder I'm sure you need on top of everything else you had to deal with today.
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Tip #1: it's okay to just not do that kind of work right now. (I do have some ideas for trying to do it, though, if you're determined to do so...or you…
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An open letter to them -- and you
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Editors create profit and loss sheets to quantify authors' platform and market in the present and make projections about the future. Our job is to make…
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Let's commingle our psychological band-aids here as we limp along together.
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Understanding a human psyche—our own, others', and our characters'—requires paying as much attention to our negative spaces as we do our conscious…
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Today and every day, please remember that anxious obsession is a trauma response and not actually going to solve any of your problems (or the world's).
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The era of Big Trauma and Big Burnout requires a new approach to creative goal-setting--and it's basically the inverse of what we all used to do.
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My thoughts on a common question authors ask (or scream) in the throes of proposal and manuscript development. TL DR: the answer is something you feel…
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