Alice In Writerland:
A Writer's Adventures in the Ugly World of Publishing
by Elisa Hategan
ALICE IN WRITERLAND provides a shocking inside view of a world where pompous literary agents, sleazy managers and high-priced creative writing workshops have created an industry that is less interested in pursuing talent and more concerned with ripping off hopeful writers.
If following your dreams meant giving up everything you held dear, would you still do it? Elisa Hategan started out as a debt-ridden poet who knew absolutely nothing about the publishing industry. On a whim, she applied for and won a scholarship to a prestigious creative writing program.
Within a year she had transformed from complete newbie to professional writer, winning multiple art grants and being accepted to the most prestigious MFA program in the country. Better yet, she had the perfect agent and a manuscript that caught the attention of a Big Six publisher.
And then, somewhere along the way, it all went terribly wrong. Written in the irreverent style of How to Lose Friends and Alienate People, Elisa Hategan’s Alice in Writerland: A Writer’s Adventures in the Ugly World of Publishing is the heartbreaking and ultimately triumphant story of one woman’s attempt to make it as an author, all the while trying to figure out what that really means in the 21st century. ALICE IN WRITERLAND is available for purchase on Amazon, Kobo and various books retailers.
Meet the Author: ELISA HATEGANELISA HATEGAN is the author of the bestselling political thriller RACE TRAITOR. She is a writer, artist and editor whose poetry, fiction & critical writing have appeared in several publications throughout North America, Europe and Asia.
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