Publishing Perspective Interviews

Publishing Perspectives was an interview series that I curated in 2014, the goal of which was to seek insights from people on both sides of the children's publishing fence ―the folks who work in publishing and the writers working toward publication― and share that knowledge with readers of my blog. Here you can browse the Publishing Perspectives archives.

-Tracey Baptiste: "Be polite. Publishing is a very small world" and more

-Ibi Zoboi: "People who are interested in what you have to say will seek you out" and more

-Zetta Elliott: "Remember why you started to write in the first place and stay true to that" and more

-Nancy Viau: "The one proactive thing writers can do is to go to conferences and meet editors" and more

-R. Gregory Christie: "It is not a "one-book-wonder" type of profession. "I wrote a book" may not be as wise as I've written some stories" and more

-Stephanie Shaw: "Knowing rules can be so darn paralyzing! So, to everyone, I say, "Forget the rules. Just write!"" and more

-Uma Krishnaswami: "I think my job as a writer is to write the story I need to tell. When I write and revise, I find the more I focus on the story, let the characters grow as they need to, let the big picture of the story reveal itself, the more likely it is that an editor will relate to it" and more

-Carmen Milagros Torres
: "I dared to experiment with media I would never have used" and more    |    © Copyright 2020 Summer Edward. All Rights Reserved.


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