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So You Wanna Be a Writer—Part 5 by Adam Rocke

One of the most important but often overlooked aspects of any literary career is what happens immediately after a publishing deal has been inked—namely, how you deal with your new editor and publisher, which oftentimes is the exact same individual. Unless the entirety of your literary income is derived from self-published content, thereby making you the sole “judge, jury, and executioner” of your writing, sooner or later you’re going to have to come to terms with one or more creative entities (you hope!) who will likely lord over your submitted material like a mother hen keeping tabs on her precious eggs. And as strange/funny as it sounds, eggs are the perfect descriptor for your work at thi

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