Sub It Clubbers have been working hard this past year. Members have made great strides toward their goals of publication, from connecting with critique partners in our Critique Partner Matchup, to perfecting pitches and queries, to sending submissions, to illustrator postcard mailings, and so much more. There are so many steps along the way to... Continue Reading →
2015 Year of Success!
As you know, here at Sub It Club we are all about submitting work well! We are truly happy to see the growth of all of our members as they work towards their goals. Whether you have been learning to write that first query letter, are trading with critique partners and polishing up your manuscript,... Continue Reading →
On Submission Fatigue
My name is Amy and I am currently suffering from submission fatigue. I check my email, but not with the same hope and fervor I once did. I scroll through my Twitter feed, but my eyes glaze over as my brain barely registers the agent names that fill it. That tweet that 3 weeks ago... Continue Reading →
Connecting With the Writing Community
This post is brought to you by the one and only, Lisha Cauthen. Today let's talk about Connecting With the Writing Community. In a way, I'm preaching to the choir---because all you guys are members of the Sub It Club, right? RIGHT? That means you go on Facebook and learn things and teach things and... Continue Reading →
The Monthly Goalpost for November: Resets and Objectives
Setting a goal gives you focus. It’s the first step towards defining the action necessary to achieve it. Sometimes you try to achieve your goal but you don’t reach it. This is where resetting your goals comes in handy. Sometimes the only way to evaluate a goal is to try it. For example, your goal... Continue Reading →
But Are You a Match? Six Things to Consider Before Accepting Representation: Prt 2/6–WHAT ARE THEY INTERESTED IN?
Part Two of the series BUT ARE YOU A MATCH? (prt 1 here) could also be called: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4P0hG3sD0-E Because different agents have different ideas about what his/her role is as your representative. Some do it all, and some have a very narrow range of what they want from you. So let us consider: AGENT AREA... Continue Reading →