Caffeinated Press is pleased to announce the release of two new titles. “A Broken Race,” a speculative-fiction story, marks the debut novel of Holland-area author Jean Davis. “A Crowd of Sorrows,” a poetry collection, represents G.R.-native Lisa Anne Gundry’s first launch into publication.
Today, Caffeinated Press will be presenting “Edits: Yes, You Must.” at the KDL Writers’ Conference in Kentwood, MI. We will help attendees understand the query process from the publisher’s perspective, learn how to parse publisher guidelines, understand the most common
You’ve done it: You’ve written a novel, pitched it to a publisher and earned a positive response. Congratulations! Now what happens? Let’s explore. Manuscript Review and Contracting. The process starts with a successful query. That query leads to a solicitation
As we see more and more poems submitted to markets like The 3288 Review, it’s worth offering a few tips from a publisher’s perspective about the best ways to get your poetry in front of a larger audience.
Be consistent and don’t get fancy; there’s plenty of time for beautification when you’re meeting with the designers before the book hits the printer.