Nink: We Need to Talk About COVID

As we enter our third year of the pandemic, writers of contemporary fiction face a dilemma: to write about the coronavirus or not.* In the past, diseases have formed a backbone for artistic storytelling—tuberculosis in La Bohème, for example, or AIDS [...]

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Nink: Growing Newsletter Engagement ~ A Case Study

This article, written by Mindy Klasky  is from the January 2022 edition of Nink, the monthly newsletter of Novelists, Inc.  (NINC). Nink, which is packed each month with informative articles for career novelists, is a benefit of NINC membership.  Newsletters remain [...]

By |2022-03-18T14:00:16-04:00January 21, 2022|January-2022, Nink|Comments Off on Nink: Growing Newsletter Engagement ~ A Case Study

Nink ~ Behind the Curtain: Talking Covers with Tordotcom’s Christine Foltzer & Indie Authors

Following up on my August 2021 Nink interview with Guido Carotti, senior designer at Harper Collins Mass Market Paperbacks, I interviewed Christine Foltzer, associate art director at Tordotcom Publishing. Then the voices of indie authors, who serve as their own art [...]

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Nink: Front & Back Matter ~ Dress Your Novel For Success

As authors, we pour energy into creating our novels, drafting, and revising and polishing until every word sings. But all too often, we send those creations into the world dressed in the equivalent of a burlap sack, setting the story between [...]

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