by Robert Lee Brewer (Editor)
Series: Writer's Market
Paperback: 896 pages
Publisher: Writer's Digest Books; ninety-fifth Edition edition (September 1, 2015)
Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 0.9 x 8.3 inches
Breaking into the writing field is difficult when you don't have an established network. At Writer's Digest, we have been creating contacts with literary agents and publishers since 1920 to bring these contacts to you! Now is the time to use these tools and get published!
The 2016 Writer's Market is our most up-to-date, informative edition yet. This book contains thousands of publishing opportunities for writers of a variety of genres. Order this book for complete, detailed listings on how to submit materials to book publishers, consumer and trade magazines, contests, awards and literary agents. Each listing is complete with contact and submission information including the types of materials being sought after!
In addition to listings, you'll also find hundreds of pages with information on the business of writing. You'll find advice on preparing for a pitch, how to fund your writing career, and how to gain a massive fan base. Navigate the rapidly changing social media landscape, negotiate contracts like a pro, and protect your work from copyright and more with the latest edition of Writer's Market!
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About the Author
Robert Lee Brewer is Senior Content Editor of Writer's Digest Writing Community. In addition to editing the Writer's Market books and WritersMarket.com, he blogs about poetry on the WritersDigest.com Poetic Asides blog, publishing on the WritersMarket.com blog, and everything else on his personal My Name Is Not Bob blog. A published poet who's been featured at multiple events, Robert is married to the poet Tammy Foster Brewer, who helps him keep track of their five kids (four boys and one girl). Robert is also an avid tweeter (@robertleebrewer).
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