2003 Writer's Market: 8,000 Editors who Buy what You Write

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Kathryn Struckel Brogan, Robert Lee Brewer
Writer's Digest Books, 2003 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1112 pages
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Writer's Market is the indispensable writer's reference. It informs your customers who the editors are, what they want, how much they buy and how much they pay. Every writer needs it; that's why it's the best-selling writing title each and every year.

This year, Writer's Market has more entries and benefits than ever before. Readers will find more phone numbers, contact names, and e-mail addresses -- everything they need to get in touch with the people who can make their dreams come true! They'll find:

The Query Letter Clinic -- this ever-popular feature illustrating the dos and don'ts of crafting effective query letters has been expanded to include electronic queries

Insider reports from Karen Joy Fowler, author of Black Glass, Joy Johannessen, freelance editor, and Adair Lara, award-winning San Francisco Chronicle columnist

Workshop articles that help writers craft winning book proposals, novel outlines or script synopses

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Contents

From the Editor
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Writers Market Feedback Form
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Using Your Writers Market to Sell Your Writing
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Copyright

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