News by Dean Fetzer July 3, 2013
Bob Mankoff, cartoon editor at The New Yorker spills the beans on how many cartoons fail to get picked every week at the magazine.
News by Dean Fetzer
Hemingway’s estate says ‘no’ to the magazine's request to publish a previously rejected story.
Column by Robbie Blair June 19, 2013
This essay looks at seven cardinal virtues for writers, exploring the key strengths that help writers grow and succeed.
News by Dean Fetzer March 20, 2013
In an experiment to test the ‘slush’ pile of a number magazines, David Cameron submitted a short story previously published in the New Yorker — and it was universally rejected.
Column by Phil Jourdan February 20, 2013
We like to forget or ignore our failures, and construct stories about ourselves that emphasize our victories. But it is failure that helps us learn, and embracing failure is a rare thing these days.
Column by Bree Ogden January 21, 2013
Navigating the rough terrain of today’s publishing industry shouldn’t be a solo event. This week in Ask the Agent, I’ll explore and dissect one of the industry’s mysteries, straight from the shoulder.
Column by Bree Ogden August 6, 2012
Navigating the rough terrain of today’s publishing industry shouldn’t be a solo event. This week in Ask the Agent, I’ll explore and dissect two of the industry’s mysteries, straight from the shoulder.
News by Rob Hart April 20, 2012
A new website lets writers send rejections to themselves, to prepare for the inevitable sting. Valuable tool--or dumb piece of writing-related kitsch? Help us decide!