Author Amy Dixon Talks Submission (And Sweater) Feedback – Plus A Picture Book Critique Giveaway!

It's our second day of Kidlit Week and we're so happy to have Sub It Club member Amy Dixon here to share with us! Amy is the author of MARATHON MOUSE. Her picture book, SOPHIE'S ANIMAL PARADE, in which everything Sophie draws comes to life, is slated to be released on May 5th, 2015  from Sky... Continue Reading →

HAPPY KIDLIT WEEK! – Enter to Win a Picture Book Critique from Author Katy S. Duffield

Here at Sub it Club we have a special affinity for picture books. I write them. Dana writes and illustrates them. It should come as no surprise that we have a lot of picture book writers and illustrators in the group. So, as part of our 2 year celebration we're excited to be holding KIDLIT WEEK!... Continue Reading →

An Interview with Agent Saba Sulaiman + a Pitch Day!

Today I’m happy to welcome Saba Sulaiman to the Sub It Club blog! Saba is a Junior Agent at Talcott Notch Literary Services. Before being promoted she was an assistant working through thousands of queries in a number of genres. Prior to coming to Talcott Notch, Saba was an editorial intern at Sourcebooks. Working with... Continue Reading →

December Contest Round-up

December 2013 Contest List To help you keep track of the available writing contest opportunities, we'll post a list each month of the upcoming contests we've heard about. (If you have an upcoming writing contest that you'd like included on the list, please contact Veronica with the details.) We also have a Writing Contests Pinterest board and a NEW Art and... Continue Reading →

Timing is Everything: Don’t Let Impatience Hurt Your Chances

There are a lot of really exciting, amazing and fun writing contests coming up in the next few weeks and months. (I'm sure you're all following the monthly Contest Roundup list, right?) As you know, I'm a huge believer in contests. They're a fun, informative and potentially very productive component of a well-rounded submission strategy.... Continue Reading →

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