In 2017, Quill Shift made a huge change. We wrote about it here. That didn't stop us from supporting the amazing authors and illustrators that had books in the pipeline and we're happy to report that two beautiful picture books represented by Quill Shift...
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On the last day of June, I traveled to Shibuya, a ward in Tokyo, to attend SCBWI Japan's workshop on working with U.S. agents, editors and publishers. As an agent in another life and having worked in marketing departments of publishing houses over the years, I was...
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A few months ago I was approached by a friend and colleague about participating in a podcast. If you recall, I've done these before and although that last time was pretty painless, I'm not one to test fate. Podcasts are all about your voice and your...
By Michaela Whatnall World-building is an essential part of writing any novel, be it fantasy, sci-fi, or even realistic fiction. The world which your characters inhabit must come alive for the reader in order to be believable and compelling. And it’s clear when...
On Sunday, May 1, I had the pleasure of presenting a workshop at GrubStreet's Muse & the Marketplace conference. Here's a snippet of what it was about: "Character" refers to the people in your book and keeping them real in word, deed, and circumstance. But...