If you’d love to sell your new book to one of the big SF print publishers, Steve–with a little help from his friends–tells you how to start!
How do you get anyone to look at your book? When I was an in-house editor, I was very aware that it was difficult to get anyone to read a submission from a member of the public. The reality is that most editors are extremely busy and continually up against time pressure.
In my last article: Demystifying Contracts #4: Agency – Terminating Contracts I was exploring the tip of an iceberg…in that case it was what happens when you no longer are getting along with your agent and would like to find another one. But this is just one of the possible problems that may occur and when evaluating the contract. There are others, and in fact it is best to look at a contract considering all the various worst case scenarios. So let’s look at some.
Getting out can be harder than getting in – read your contracts!
Sign Here: What to look (and look out) for in short fiction contracts (Part 1) Welcome back to my on-going series on how to market and sell short fiction. These posts are written in a […]