And this has nothing to do with literary agents or books yet perhaps it does: A view of the mountains with a dusting of snow, taken during my hike/run a few days ago. This is why I live in Alaska.
News: This just in on Chuck Sambuchino’s Twitter feed (and if you’re a writer and don’t follow Sambuchino, shame on you–you’re missing great tips and opportunities).
Literary agent Ethan Vaughan of Kimberley Cameron & Associates is currently seeking new clients in YA fantasy and sci-fi, women’s fiction, historical fiction, literary fiction and historical nonfiction.
Find out more plus contact information and manuscript requirements on Sambuchino’s Writer’s Digest page.
More news: Don’t Let Me Go by Catherine Ryan Hyde is only .99. P.S. I just bought it.
Still more news: Victoria Marie Bee has the most lovely poem in the latest issue of The Boiler Journal (I think I’m going to have to stalk her on Twitter and Facebook). It’s titled “Her Bread Bakes Well” and almost left me gasping. I can’t include it all, because of copyright issues, but here are the first few lines:
In a kitchen soaked with August, she folds
and folds the flesh of flour salt yeast and water.
Her brow knits softly, as if there’s a secret to baking
baguettes in humidity, that only she knows. I remember her
Read the rest here: