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The big thrill • Celebrate your love of thrills, chills, and whodunits with these gifts for genre fans.
Nonfiction Authors Association • This organization offers a wealth of educational and community-building resources for nonfiction writers.
Calls for submissions
Points in Case • Editors of this daily literary humor website have one goal: Publish work that’s ‘really, really funny.’
Broadening the Bookshelves • This month, we’re focusing on Desi literature.
Talk to the Practitioner: Madhushree Ghosh
HUMOR IN KIDLIT • THESE AUTHORS EXERCISE THEIR FUNNY BONES IN CHILDREN’S AND YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE.
Writing from nothing (or very little) • All you need for a good story are a Person, a Place, and a Problem.
What writers and editors want each other to know about REJECTIONS • Plus, how to cope with receiving them.
REJECTIONS AFTER ACCEPTANCES
ON THE EDGE OF THEIR SEATS • UNDERSTANDING THRILLERS AND THEIR SUBGENRES
Subgenres • As with any big genre, thrillers have a variety of subgenres. Here are some as well as what makes them unique.
THE MONTH AHEAD
QUICK TIPS FOR YOUR COVER LETTERS
Gigi Will Know • By vetting your sources, you’ll have a much better chance of learning from the right people.