How to Get Happily Published

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HarperPerennial, 1992 - Authors and publishers. - 317 pages
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The source both professional and beginning writers have turned to for more than a decade, How to Get Happily Published provides writers with advice on all aspects of the publishing process, from constructing a book or article and getting it to the right publisher to working with the editor and assisting in marketing.

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Contents

Initiation
1
Basics
11
Buying Advice and Assistance
23
Copyright

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Judith Appelbaum--who's been a columnist and reviewer for "The New York Times Book Review, " an editor of "Harper's" and the managing editor of "Publisher's Weekly"--is managing director of Sensible Solutions, Inc., the New York book marketing firm. Winner of the Publishers Marketing Association Benjamin Franklin Award for Lifetime Achievement, she serves on of the faculty of the Publishing Institute at the University of Denver and is a leader in industry efforts to improve royalty payments for the benefit of authors and publishers alike.

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