Tag Archives: Steve Almond

We’re Sorry. This Book is too Well Written for us.

Steve Almond has a future-of-publishing piece up on The Rumpus, touching on what it’s like dealing with an agent who says your novel is “too literary” for today’s market.

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You Do NOT Need an Agent to Get Your Novel Published: Magic Bullet Q&A for Writers

I put out a call to readers to help put an end to the urban myth that one cannot publish two novels without securing an agent first.

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Getting Novels Published Without an Agent: Magic Bullet Q&A for Writers

Q: Do you know of any writers who have gotten at least two novels published without the aid of an agent, excluding vanity presses?

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Steve Almond

Steve Almond

“In my view of things this is the era in which artists have to step up and play the role that traditionally the church did and religion did in terms of awakening people’s compassion and their mercy.”

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