Christian Writers' Market Guide 2006: The Reference Tool for the Christian Writer

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WaterBrook Press, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 627 pages
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The Reference Tool for the Christian Writer

Completely updated and revised * 1203 markets for the written word * 711 periodicals * 354 book publishers * 242 poetry markets * 138 card and specialty markets * 26 e-book publishers * 126 literary agents * 247 photography markets * 105 foreign markets * 95 newspapers * 29 print-on-demand publishers * More e-mail addresses, search engines, and Web sites * Writers’ conferences and groups * Pay rates and submission guidelines

In a time when it may seem impossible to get a publisher’s attention, the Christian Writers’ Market Guide 2006 offers the ideas, resources, and contact information you need.

For over twenty years, the Christian Writers’ Market Guide has offered indispensable help to Christian writers. The 2006 edition includes up-to-date listings of over 1,200 markets for books, articles, stories, poetry, greeting cards, and more, including information on forty new book publishers, eighty-three new periodicals, and thirty-four new literary agents. Whether you are a first-time author or a seasoned veteran, the Christian Writers’ Market Guide will point you to resources that will help you get published, stay published, promote your work, and polish your craft.

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Contents

RESOURCES FOR WRITERS
12
BOOK PUBLISHERS
72
Exegesis
89
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Sally E. Stuart has been a writer for thirty-nine years and a full-time freelancer for two decades. She is the author of thirty-three books and has sold over one thousand articles and columns. Her long-term involvement with this market guide, as well as her marketing columns for The Christian Communicator, Oregon Christian WRITERS, and The Advanced Christian Writer, make her a leading authority on Christian markets and the business of writing. A popular speaker at writers’ conferences nationwide, Stuart is also a mother of three and grandmother of eight. Her other titles include Sally Stuart’s Guide to Getting Published. She lives in northwest Oregon.

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