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The Worst Bad Dates

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At what point would you give up on finding love? Or at least take a break from it? A handful of bad dates? Six months’ worth? A year? And how horrific would they have to be for you to finally throw in the towel and declare yourself off the market and on a break from […]

The Yearbook Curse

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Five years ago, I went to my high school reunion. During the big Saturday night dinner, we voted for the “Mosts” – Most Interesting Job, Most Kids, Traveled the Furthest Distance, etc. (I lost Most Interesting Job to the woman who designs displays for the Lego company. I couldn’t really complain.) In any case, the […]

Holidays in June

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That’s when I first started thinking about the holidays–in June. And technically, in terms of the publishing world, I was late! I should have been thinking about the holidays in the spring. But, well, you know…there was this small matter of this imprint we were trying to launch by June, so I was a little […]

Show me something novella

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Sorry, sometimes I can’t help but play with the blog titles. Earlier this week, while participating in an #askeditor chat on Twitter, someone asked if we were looking for/accepting novellas. The answer is emphatically yes and I mentioned that I’d been preparing a call for novellas. As we plan our 2011 publication schedule, I’ve noted […]

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