My first poetry collection out April 11, 2017! “In To Look Out From, Dede Cummings takes good advantage of the imaginative fluidity that poetry offers. Even her poems of memory and family are driven by curiosity and enlivened by quick maneuvers and spritely turns. And she is careful never to leave the reader behind.” —... Continue Reading →
My beekeeping book is coming out in February! I am really excited about this because not only did I learn a lot about bees, I also found that I am passionate about the little critters and want to set up a hive, maybe come springtime. Here is a bit about my book The Good Living... Continue Reading →
I came into retreat feeling blocked, distant from my writing, and rudderless. When I came out, the intense work and deep nourishment of retreat had lifted me out of my busy life and grounded me again as a writer.
I am excited to report that the Burlington Writers Workshop has asked me to run this workshop for them in February... Here are the details: Once you’ve written your book, what’s the best way to submit it for publication? Green Writers Press publisher and literary agent Dede Cummings will show examples of successful book proposals... Continue Reading →
Publishing Your Work: How, When, Why?. I am excited to be on this panel.
The most exciting event is happening this weekend. Dede Cummings, literary agent, founder of Green Writers’ Press and historically one of the best book designers in publishing happens to have an enchanting, fairy-like house on the sea. The most perfect place for a one-of-a-kind writing retreat. A splendid, magical, sprawling house on the Rhode Island... Continue Reading →
The Pond House Salon-Style Retreat— WE HAVE ONE SPOT LEFT! ~ A Domain-Changing Writing Retreat That Will Set Your Creative Genius on Fire ~ with Literary Agent Dede Cummings and Book Shaman Susan Kingsbury October 24-27th in Matunuck, Rhode Island Hey writers! Fall is coming and in that crisp beginning of the season there’s no... Continue Reading →
Greetings from Vermont, and Happy New Year! It is with great pleasure that I write to tell you about a stunning debut, that of David’s Inferno, a remarkable book which many in the publishing community are already calling, “an instant classic.” I am the lucky agent for this book, and my own publisher, Hatherleigh Press, bought... Continue Reading →
Let's see: I was an English major in college, which was actually a good thing! I have a lifelong love affair with books and a book as an object, not a digital ball of light or touch-screen smooth and swiped, or a website (though I do website design and ePub books that are editorially and... Continue Reading →