The American Directory of Writer's Guidelines: What Editors Want, what Editors Buy

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John C. Mutchler
Quill Driver Books, 1997 - Authorship - 527 pages
... an invaluable reference tool for any writer. -- Frances Halpern, Columnist, Los Angeles Times and Co-host of NPR's Beyond Words Literary Talk-Show...destined to take its rightful place on every serious writer's bookshelf, alongside her Webster's Dictionary and Roget's Thesaurus. -- Georgia Hughes, Acquisitions Editor, Prima PublishingAt last A reference book that spells out for a writer exactly what magazine and book editors need -- in the editor's own words.This compilation of over 450 periodical and book publishers' guidelines is a one-of-a-kind source to browse for article, short story, poetry and book ideas and markets.Includes guidelines from Good Housekeeping, Field & Stream, McCall's, Playgirl, Ranger Rick, Seventeen, Entrepreneur, The Nation, Parade, Avon Books, Simon & Schuster and scores of others.The American Directory of Writer's Guidelines will save weeks of waiting to get SASEs back and pay for itself in stamps alone

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