Guest Posts

From time to time, I like to turn this blog over to thoughtful folks with something to say. If you're a thoughtful person with something to say you think Esteemed Reader would be interested in, email me with your idea for a guest post (something to do with writing or publishing). Here are some details. Let's see if we can't get your name added to this list:


Cam Baity and Benny Zelkowicz: "Visions of Ore"

Skila Brown: "How to Write a Poem in Ten Easy Steps"

Andrew Buckley: "A Very Serious Disclaimer for Hair in All the Wrong Places"

J.B. Cantwell: "Publishing Middle Grade in the Indie Age"

Margaret R. Chiavetta: "UGH! The Creative Process"

Danica Davidson: "Turning a Video Game Into a Book Series (With Adventure and Meaning)

Barbara Dee: "Seeing All Sides of The Apple"

Barbara Dee: "Why Mom is Missing from Truth or Dare"

Alex Flynn "Annihilation Day"

Donna Galanti: "From Adult Thrillers to Kid Thrillers"

Eric Kahn Gale: "From Idea to Book Trailer"

James R. Hannibal: "The Story Detective (Where do Story Ideas Come From?)"

Daniel Harvell: "The Magic of Middle Grade Marketing"

Tracey Hecht: "Finding My Story's Voice(s)"

Hugh Howey: "7 More Questions"

Matthew Jobin: "The Writing Process"

Jake Kerr: "Why I Self-Publish"

Dale Kutzera: "Screenwriting VS Prose Writing"

L.R.W. Lee: "Are Authors... Mentally Unstable?"

Laura Martin: "The Art of the Middle School Presentation"

Tom McCarthy: "Sailing Takes Me Away to Where I've Always Written it Could be

Yona McDonough: "Stepping into the Past (Researching and Writing Middle Grade Historical Fiction)

C. Lee McKenzie: "Hybrid Me"

Chris Minich: "Undeniably Real: An Author Realizes He Can Make A Difference"

Stacy Barnett Mozer: "Self-Published to Small-Press Published"

David Neilsen: "The Horrors of Writing Middle Grade Horror Or Why Books Aimed at Children Can't be Awash in Blood"

Lauren Oliver and H.C. Chester: "An Exclusive Interview with Andrew the Alligator Boy"

Anna Olswanger: "About the Greenhorn Movie"

Sally Barlow-Perez: "Past Classics Still Inspire the Present"

Cynthia Reeg: "Monster Mayheim"

Kurtis Scaletta: "Tie Your Camel and Trust in Allah"

Gary Schwartz: "On Hearing Voices and Improvising Relationships"

Katie Sparks: "How My Day Job Makes Me A Better Kidlit Writer"

Miriam Spitzer Franklin: "On Perseverance"

Kristina Springer: "Why School Librarians are a Middle Grade Author's Best Friends"

Uwe Stender: "Literary Agent Uwe Stender's Never-Ending Thirst for Fantastic YA and MG"

Shelley Tougas: "Breaking into Fiction with Nonfiction

Joanna Volpe: "Why Literary Agent Joanna Volpe Loves Middle Grade"

D.A. Winsor: Chronology V. Plot: Dawn of New Years

Glen Wood: "Hybrid Publishing Middle Grade"

Virginia Zimmerman: "Beginnings"

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