Christian Writers' Market Guide 2003: The Reference Tool for the Christian Writer

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Doubleday Religious Publishing Group, Jan 21, 2003 - Religion - 640 pages
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The Christian Writers’ Market Guide has long been considered an indispensable resource for Christian writers. The only guide written exclusively for this specialized market, it provides the most up-to-date marketing resource information available to beginning and advanced writers, full-time freelancers, agents, editors, publishers, publicists, and all others interested in, or involved with, Christian writing.

The 2003 edition of this guide includes more than 1,200 potential markets (along with all the information needed to contact them), and tells writers exactly what publishers are interested in what topics or types of books, articles, or stories.

In addition to the market listings, The Christian Writers’ Market Guide 2003 is filled with unlimited resources to make the writer’s life easier and more focused: lists of greeting card/specialty markets; agents; writers’ conferences and groups; editorial services; contests; market analysis (book publishers and periodicals); a listing of publishers and publications by denomination or corporate group; publishers’ e-mail and Web sites; and a wide range of resources for writers–many available online. This guide has become–and will continue to be–a familiar friend to all those involved in the creation, development, publishing, and promotion of Christian writing.

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Sally E. Stuart has been a writer for thirty-six years and a full-time freelancer for nearly two decades. She is the author of thirty 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, Sally is also a mother of three and grandmother of eight. Her other titles include Sally Stuart’s Guide to Getting Published.

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