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Writing and publishing is all about teamwork

Stephanie Thwaites, children’s agent at Curtis Brown in the UK, published a lovely post about rejection this week on her blog. It begins: It’s all about rejection. No, not online dating, but publishing: according to an editor I was chatting to last week, it’s an industry

Critiquing etiquette: six ways to provide gracious feedback

Guest post by Jodi Cleghorn “Receiving feedback is difficult. But giving feedback with grace is even more so.” Casing Compliments | Bobulate via Broomeshtick To grow and evolve as a writer you must offer your work to others for critique and editing. It’s one of those terrible truths you come

A writer’s guide to feedback and writing groups

Guest post by Elizabeth Markham. For most of us who write, the desire to share our stories with the world (and maybe even get paid for it) means we can’t write in isolation – we need feedback. There are many ways to get feedback, including through editors and manuscript

How to find your perfect writing partner

Writing collaboratively can be a fantastic experience. However, you don’t necessarily need to work on the same project with someone to benefit from having a writing partner. Rather than team up with another writer to produce a joint story, script or series of articles, why not use their knowledge