We’re coming up on the fifth anniversary of KT Literary in the New Year, which means almost five years of posts about publishing, querying, clients, and all the stuff I could find to write about on this here ole blog. Now, chances are, most of you reading now are not the same readers who followed me in the beginning, but much of the advice may indeed be the same. So starting on Saturday, December 22nd, I’m diving into the archives for a series of posts I ran about in 2008. So stay tuned!
Still working out of the office today, although I think I lost the monkeys on my tail through a series of random turns around the Cherry Creek section of Denver on my way to a lunch meeting. I’ve now got myself a nice little nook in my local library, with a reserved room for most of the afternoon so I can actually make the phone calls I need to make without disturbing other library patrons.
…A no-snail-mail queries policy here at kt literary. As it stands right now, I do get the bulk of my queries from email, but every once in a while, I notice the pile of unread hard copy queries to go through, that unfortunately sit and sit and sit. My promise of a response within two weeks applies only to email queries, and with those coming fast and furious, it’s only when I’m caught up on them that I can spare the time to look at a snail-mail query.