Writer's Market, 1997: Where and How to Sell What You Write
To more than 100,000 writers, this annual means "get published". Writers will find 4,000 listings (900 are new) loaded with submission information, all current, plus an interview with a scriptwriter for Friends, a look at networking, "Writer to "Writer", a roundtable with advice on issues common in freelance life, and more. Illustrations.
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