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Querily, Querily, Querily, Querily + Critique Giveaway, by Lindsay Bandy

Send, send, send your query Into the slush stream Querily, querily, querily, querily… Is publication just a dream? All month as I’ve thought about our theme of “Submission Sense,” this little song has been stuck in my head. (I have … Continue reading

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Solving the Query Letter Conundrum: Four Parts to a Perfect Pitch, by Lori Ann Palma

If you’re in the process of writing a query letter, you’ve likely struggled with the pitch section. Nestled between the introduction and your biography, it’s easily the most difficult part of a query to master. Not only do you have … Continue reading

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Sign Up For BREAK INTO PUBLISHING!

Just starting out writing for young people and wondering what you’re getting yourself into? Ready to query and anxious for feedback? Been querying for a while and wondering what’s really going on behind closed doors? Well, then you’ll want to Register for … Continue reading

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A Cafe Chat With Agent/Author Ammi-Joan Paquette, by Lindsay Bandy

Today, we have the pleasure of entertaining the first of our wonderful Pocono Retreat faculty members, agent at Erin Murphy Literary Agency, children’s author, and all-around nice lady, Joan Paquette! She’ll be leading a workshop entitled “Choose Your Super Power,” … Continue reading

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