1993 Writer's market: where & how to sell what you write
Every year writers rely on the new edition of Writer's Market for information vital to their successful writing careers. This edition contains up-to-date information on 4,000 buyers of freelance materials, as well as listings of contests and awards, helpful articles, and interviews with professionals.
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The Writing Profession
Editors Roundtable by Mark Kissling
Alternative Opportunities in 1993 by Jenny Pfalzgraf
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