My goal is to eventually get a novel published (and maybe eventually multiple novels), but I have nothing to inflate my Bio on my query letter except "contributed two stories to a college literary journal (a journal which I helped create/edit.)" Would it be in my best interest to work on other pieces of writing to try and get out in the world? Or is it best to just focus on my goal of getting my novel published, and take a "Who cares what my bio looks like? If my story's good enough, it will speak for itself" stance? I've never been much of a short story person, and the two pieces I did have published were classified as "non-fiction," but they really were just short editorial essays. So I feel like if I ventured out into that type of work, I wouldn't really be accomplishing what I want to accomplish... if that makes any sense. I don't want to embarrass myself or lose an opportunity just because I don't have previous experience. I can write, and I know I can write, but I need to be able to convince other people of that. Any suggestions?