I want to encourage women to submit to humor venues. I urge you; I implore you. Let’s start a revolution and change the world’s mind about who’s funny. Your heart will swell with accomplishment and your breasts will become larger. This I promise.
"Just found this forum - very cool! I do a blog with a friend about our experiences at yard sales - the good, the bad, and the hilariously disturbing - at http://www.yardsalebloodbath.com. Amazingly, we are in our fifth year of the blog.
I am a huge…"
"I sorta figured they would want to run a pic of the winner, so were asking for it now to avoid any delays later. I didn't get the impression it was going to be used as part of the judging criteria ..."
"No one else will own the first ten pages of your manuscript - SheWrites would "own" only the right to publish them one time on their site. Your words are still yours to sell as part of a complete manuscript or do what you want with them.
"Pretty sure "first electronic rights" covers their one-time publication of your 2000-word submission (and only that). I think that is fairly standard wording for what online literary journals and such tend to ask for - they get to publish…"
"Nice to see what everyone is working on/entering! I'm going to enter the first bit of my dang-near-completed first novel HIGHWAY TO HELLA. It's about three girls in their mid-twenties, taking a road trip from San Francisco to NYC in the…"
"Hi Jenny! Welcome to She Writes! I just wanted to introduce myself, and my blog, The Book Buff: Book Reviews for Regular People. Check it out at http://www.thebookbuff.blogspot.com
The network can be a bit overwhelming at first, so if you have any…"
Delighted to have you join us in Novelist – Struggling or Not. You might jump in by telling us what you’re working on in the “Show Me Your Novel and I’ll Show You Mine” discussion. I’ll look forward to chatting with you!
"Meg--What is truly inspiring about this recent boost in sales is that this is for a book you published years ago (I know because I just read the sample and bought it). It proves that an author's backlist can still have a lot of life in…"