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Kaitlyn writes about learning to talk to her baby, and her mother's signature wisdom from working with other new mothers.
Writing about girlhood in the American South by looking at her mother, Dolly Parton, and Peter Pan's Wendy.
Writing about transitions using Ferrante's novels as a guide post.
Our lovely intern, Mariah, has created a #nanowrimo tracker for everyone to use.
Happy one year anniversary to Carrie Howland and the Howland Literary team on one year in business. Thank you especially to our amazing clients!
Carrie and Cassie had a great time at Rochester Writers' Conference discussing querying, publishing, and getting an agent. Thanks to all the writers that attended and made it special.
Read Marissa Miller's latest in the NY Times, "Yes, It's O.K. to Be Sad During the Holidays"
Erin Slaughter has received notification that she is a finalist for both the C&R Press 2019 Book Long List, and [PANK] Book Contest Long List.
Thank you CLMP for inviting us to listen to pitches from emerging writers.
Two Howland Literary clients, Kaitlyn Greenidge and Annie Levin, will be reading at The Farm Reading Series at Starr Bar on Tuesday, October 8 7-9PM. We hope to see you there.
Carrie Howland and Cassie Mannes Murray will be at the Rochester Writers' Conference on Saturday, October 19. They will participate in an agent panel discussion, give a presentation on querying, and be doing one-on-one manuscript conferences.
We are now located at 115 West 29th Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10001.
Read Kaitlyn's latest in Glamour Magazine, "Celebrating Valentine's Day Can Be A Radical Act"
Read "I Went to a Conference With a Six-Week Old" at the link below.
Read The Bearable Whiteness of 'Little Women' in NY Times opinion section by clicking below.
Read, "Dickens's Magical Lanterns: Christmas for Capitalism" in Psychology Today at the link below.
Lookout for Marissa Miller's upcoming essay collection from Skyhorse, Pretty Weird.
Thank you to everyone who came out to hear all those brilliant readings.
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Hear from Carrie, "When I started Howland Literary, LLC, I always knew that, beyond advocating for authors and shepherding their brilliant books into the world, it would be an agency committed to giving back. Yesterday, Howland Literary was thrilled to donate $125 worth of pillows, bedding, toiletries, and toys to S.A.F.E. Place, a women’s shelter in Battle Creek, MI. Many thanks to volunteer coordinator Tina Michmerhuizen (pictured here) for helping to facilitate this donation, which the shelter said they very much needed. And thank you to our wonderful authors whose faith in us allows us to to do what we love: publishing books and giving back."
In case you missed it, author and professor, Jason Tougaw recommends some rock music from his "genre-bending Friday night mixtape show" on local radio.
Meet Mariah Nichols: student at Florida Southern College and lover of romance and fantasy novels, plus, of course, the Harry Potter series.
Thank you to everyone who came out to hear the brilliant readings.
J Daniel Elam chats with John Lanchester about Hong Kong protests, anticolonialism, and impossiblism.
We hope to see you at this exciting event!
Carrie and Cassie will be at Slice Literary Conference in NYC.
Carrie's number one wishlist item is to represent a voice-driven, edge-of-her-seat, literary thriller.
Send your first twenty pages to: email@example.com
Carrie attends several events and conferences a year, here, she is speaking about "Beyond the Query Letter," which is a presentation linked below.
Prager says, "I am over the moon to finally publicly announce my second book! RAINBOW REVOLUTIONARIES, a middle grade nonfiction book, will be released by @HarperChildrens
in Summer 2020. Sarah Papworth will illustrate my take on 50 LGBTQIA+ people who made history."
Koa Beck's upcoming book, White Feminism: The Lies You Buy was featured in Forbes.
Read the other book recommendations, including Sarah Prager's Queer, There, and Everywhere at Shondaland.
Peggy Dean hit category bestseller for Nature Drawing & Watercolor
Kaitlyn Greenidge pens the new introduction for rerelease of Passing by Nella Larson from Penguin Random House, Modern Library imprint.
Get updates on panels, speeches, workshops, and conversations with Koa Beck while she Shorenstein Center Fellowship.