Janet Lane-Walters talks about her journey into the indie world.

My plunge into being published began in 1968 with short stories. There were many, many magazines carrying fiction. When that market dried up, and on the suggestion of an editor that my short story sounded like a synopsis for a … Continue reading

A New Yorker in London

A New Yorker in London

The manner in which books are made today differs starkly
from half a century ago, starting with the point
of acquisition. In those days of face-to-face appointments
and the gentleman’s handshake, my initial
“virtual” meeting of my editor
would have been unimaginable. Even now,
the majority of authors physically walk into their editors’
offices to seal deals and sign contracts
early in their partnerships. Since I’m in New York
and my editor, Charlotte Ledger, lives in London,
our initial meeting was a long time in coming.


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A New Yorker in London.