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LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER for CTSC Skills Acquisition Workshop on Preparing IND Submissions, June 26, 2015

The Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) presents

SKILLS ACQUISITION WORKSHOPS

Preparing IND Submissions

Register now:  http://weill.cornell.edu/ctsc/resources/2015_Registration_SpringSeminars.doc

Friday, June 26, 2015
8:30am – 5:00pm
Griffis Faculty Club, 1300 York Avenue at 69th Street… 69 more words

Weill Cornell CTSC

Tips to Brave the Submission World

Once you’ve finished your manuscript (and hopefully at least one round of editing!), you may decide it’s time to begin the submission process. This can be a daunting, scary time for some authors – even the ‘big’ ones. 520 more words

Books

On Submitting to agents - what to do and what not to do.

Since getting an agent all I ever get asked is how I got an agent. I’m going to be honest and say it was 90% per cent luck at the right person to read my submission at the right time. 1,243 more words

Writing

Editing Your Manuscript

Just how important is an editor?

The short answer:  Extremely!

A longer answer:  Editing is the nuts-and-bolts of a good manuscript.  It’s also the most painful part of the publishing process.   133 more words

Authors

Why did I start this blog?

I have a confession to make. I haven’t been writing much lately. Actually I haven’t worked on my novel since March when I received disheartening news from the agent I thought I would be working with.  350 more words

Heso

Getting Requests from Agents

Hey all! I thought I’d pop in and give you a quick update. As you may already know, I sent out some query letters a few days ago for my novel, and I’m beyond excited to announce that I’ve already received a request for pages from one of my top agents! 211 more words

Novel Writing

The submission process - in 6 steps

Submitting to any magazine is scary. You’ve worked to make the piece perfect but there’s the worry of rejection, the worry of never hearing back, there’s that little nagging voice that says “you’re not good enough” on constant repeat. 801 more words

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