Ever wonder what age most fiction writers are published at?

It’s 42–at least in Canada, at least according to one recent survey. (This is traditional publishing–publishing through a publisher, not self-published or print on demand.)

2 Responses to “Ever wonder what age most fiction writers are published at?”

  1. Reading Countess Says:

    Hmmm. That’s reassuring and stressful…that’s my age. Gulp! I want to be a (published) writer when I grow up.

  2. Cheryl Rainfield Says:

    Reading Countess–but that’s just the average age. The survey found that some writers got published at 50, or later–and it all depends on your own route. Don’t give up!

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