Keith Willis is pleased to announce that his second novel in the award-winning Knights of Kilbourne fantasy/romance series, Desperate Knight, has been published by Champagne Books (August 2017). It's currently available as an ebook on all major e-tailers, and will be available as a paperback in September. Visit the author website for more info. A … Continue reading Member News: Keith Willis releases new title
The Poetry Gods's hosts are some of our favorites poets to work with, and they offer a fantastic podcast on writing, poetry, culture, and are overall hysterical and insightful human beings. You gotta check them out. In their latest episode Jon Sands gives a shoutout to a program he led for us, and a revelation … Continue reading “We were able to question the dynamics of intimacy”
Rich Frost is excited to announce the publication of his first novel, Final Season. It tells the story of 55-year-old Dan Jameson, who suffers recurrence of the malignant lymphoma for which he has already endured radiation and chemotherapy, but decides not to go through the grueling treatment process again. He opts instead to take whatever time … Continue reading Rich Frost releases first novel
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Adirondack Literary Award Winners Announced Streetlights were out and closed signs filled windows of downtown, but writers, readers, and friends prevailed at Heaven Hill Farm in Lake Placid on a brilliantly radiant Sunday afternoon. Laughter and conversation supplemented food and drink before and after the ceremony. Titles published in 2016 were available for purchase, and the … Continue reading Adirondack Literary Awards
Thank You from the Adirondack Center for Writing ACW is proud to welcome 42 new members to the family of writers, readers, and literary supporters across the Adirondacks and beyond. We'd like to recognize all of the faithful members and contributors, as well as our new members. It's not too late to contribute to ACW! You can … Continue reading Thanks to all new and returning members!
In a word, like all aspects of the writing process, finding an agent takes WORK; it begins with research. The easiest way to get an agent is to be referred by a friend who has one or to meet one at a publishing conference, like the annual event ACW presents. If you don't happen to … Continue reading How to Find an Agent
There are many advantages to being published by a small or independent press. Importantly, they are more likely to publish a first book (often times without an agent). As an author, you typically have more control over the final product with a small press, whereas at large houses often you have little or no say … Continue reading A List of Small Presses