Mind over matter

Last week Nathan Bransford invited his blog followers to be agents for a day. The idea was similar to that of Pitch Parlour (one of my erstwhile haunts but sadly now in intermission) in allowing writers to judge their peers on the strength of a pitch letter and sample pages. (Most U.S. agents work from a … Continue reading Mind over matter

The Hard Stuff

  I have to admit that I’m so accustomed to receiving rejection letters that the moment when Jo Derrick of the The Yellow Room wrote accepting (yes, an acceptance!) Blue-Sky Thinking was more of a buzz than when I at last held Issue 4 in my hand on Saturday morning. But hey, no matter how … Continue reading The Hard Stuff