Your Name in Print: A Teen's Guide to Publishing for Fun, Profit and Academic Success

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Macmillan, Jun 1, 2005 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 208 pages
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Looking for a way to express yourself? Need some extra spending money? Do you want to beef up that college application package? Look no further than this book.
With advice on how to write newspaper and magazine features, Web blogs, music and movie reviews, novels, graphic novels, short stories, and more, the father-daughter team of Timothy and Elizabeth Harper shows that it's possible for anyone who writes well to get published.
Topics include:

· How to find subjects to write about
· Learning productive research and writing habits
· Identifying the best market for your work
· Managing your career
· And so much more

With practical information on every step of the writing process, writing samples, personal anecdotes, tips from the pros, profiles on young authors such as Christopher Paolini and Zoe Trope, and a resource section, Your Name in Print has all the tools and advice young writers need to break into the writing world.


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What to Write 2 I
Subjects to Write About M
Establishing Yourself
Bigger and Better Markets
When to Write for Whom 25S?
Managing Your Writing Career 123i
Is There One in You? l3?
How We Did It 155
Resources for Ybung Writers 1615

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About the author (2005)

Elizabeth Harper was an honors student and an editor of the award-winning school newspaper at Ridgewood High School in New Jersey. A former weekly columnist for the Ridgewood News, she has also had her work appear in The New York Times and The Record in Bergen County, New Jersey. She attends Oberlin College in Ohio.

Timothy Harper is a journalist, an editorial/publishing consultant, and the author of eleven previous books and hundreds of articles. An adjunct faculty member at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, he lives in Ridgewood, New Jersey.

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