Insider's guide to book editors, publishers, and literary agents, 1995-1996

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Prima Pub., 1995 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 612 pages
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No other book gives aspiring authors the inside scoop on the names and interest areas of acquisition editors. This vital information makes all the difference when submitting a book proposal. Fully revised to keep on top of the rapidly changing publishing world, this guide includes information on the book acquisition process, literary agents, submission, ghost writing, and more.

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User Review  - JaimiTaylor - LibraryThing

Great book! Found content to be informative and accurate. However the 2012 edition was almost word for word a repeat of the 2011 edition, very disappointed and a waste of money, not to mention the material was out of date. Read full review

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User Review  - AauviHouse - LibraryThing

Great book, unless you purchase the book annually in hopes for updated information and content. Found content to be informative and accurate in previous years. However, the 2011 edition was almost ... Read full review

Contents

Part
1
More Than a Scholarly Publisher
257
Religious Spiritual and Mystical Publishers
301
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Jeff Herman is one of the world's most successful literary agents, having represented such bestselling authors as Ken Fisher, Jack Canfield, and Mark Victor Hansen. He has personally brought hundreds of writers into publication and helped launch thousands of careers. A frequent speaker at conferences and seminars, he lives in Stockbridge, MA.

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