Interested in being a marketing intern for a fantastic literary agency? Then you don't want to miss this link by agent Weronika Janczuk:
@WeronikaJanczuk Mary Kole of Andrea Brown (@kid_lit) is looking for a marketing intern: http://bit.ly/fOm89l. *Awesome* opportunity for anyone qualified!
If you write young adult you don't want to miss this tweet by The Knight Agency about the YA imprints:
@KnightAgency Overview of new YA imprints: "Today's YA Scene: New Players, Innovative Directions, Fresh Voices" @publisherswkly http://bit.ly/hZd3Ip
Here is great news from literary agent Ginger Clark about a new sci-fi/fantasy/horror imprint at Quercus! But sorry peeps, they won't be accepting unsolicited manuscripts.
@Ginger_Clark Fantastic news about Jo Fletcher opening her own SF/F/H imprint at Quercus. Imagine that--a new SF/F/H imprint! Hurray!
Fellow writer and friend Roni Loren did a great post on things not to do on Twitter. If you're on Twitter or you're thinking about getting on it then you have to read this!
@RoniLoren Twelve Ways To Scare Away Twitter Followers - What are some of your pet peeves? http://bit.ly/gwZR4C
Author Elizabeth Craig reminds us that there is more than one way to get published and gives hope to those who are having trouble finding an agent:
@elizabethscraig Can't find an agent? Go to Plan B: http://dld.bz/8CA6
Jennifer Shirk gives a great list of some of the best agents on Twitter. I added a few of my own favorites to the list and re-tweeted her!
@HeatherMcCorkle I would add @NepheleTempest @DeidreKnight & @KnightAgency RT @JenniferShirk Best Literary Agents on Twitter-GalleyCat http://t.co/0zY79Dl
Here is another great tweet from Jennifer on what writers should do before their book releases:
@JenniferShirk Guide to Literary Agents - 5 Things Writers Should Do BEFORE Release Day http://t.co/yXL0EEJ