For those who are just jumping in: I hold 3 critique rounds for loglines only (no story text), in preparation for the Baker's Dozen Agent Auction. Each critique round will host 40 entries, so a total of 120 folks will get a chance for public critique of their loglines.
To avoid confusion: These logline critique rounds are NOT a part of the auction. They are simply an optional opportunity to get some feedback as you craft and fine-tune your logline. You don't have to participate in the logline critique rounds in order to submit to the actual auction.
A logline should be as brief as possible. The word count for these rounds will be set at 100, but that's still on the high side. Think SHORT and GRABBY.
If you're not sure what a logline is, STOP WHERE YOU ARE. Please go HERE and HERE for information on writing loglines.
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES FOR ROUND TWO:
The submission window will be open from 9 am to 5 pm EDT today. This is a lottery, which means the bot will randomly choose 40 entries at the close of the window. These entries will post on Tuesday, October 15 (tomorrow), for critique.
WEB FORM SUBMISSIONS (preferred/easiest method):
GO HERE. Please remember to proofread before hitting "submit".
As always, send your submission to authoress.submissions(at)gmail.com. Format as follows:
SCREEN NAME: (type it here)
TITLE: (type it here)
GENRE: (type it here)
(type your logline here)
If there's ANYTHING you don't understand, please post your question below!
My ms will not be ready in time for the auction, but it's close. Is it okay to participate in the logline round anyway? I'd love to get my pitches polished so they'll be ready when my ms is.ReplyDelete
Teresa -- I don't have any control over who enters these rounds, so I can't make a rule here. The reason I run these is specifically so folks can get ready for this year's Baker's Dozen. I'm sure, however, that not all entrants meet that requirement.ReplyDelete
Woo! Loglines! *crosses fingers*ReplyDelete