Writer's Digest Handbook of Magazine Article Writing
Jean M. Fredette
Writer's Digest Books, 1988 - Authorship - 246 pages
This superb collection of articles provides you with insight and advice on how to write and sell the types of magazine articles publishers want. Coverage includes--what editors look for in your work; studying a magazine before querying it is the key to publication; what grabs and holds the reader's attention; sources of inspiration for articles; interviews; photos and graphics; and more.
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