Science Fiction and Fantasy Writer's Sourcebook: Where to Sell Your Manuscripts
David H. Borcherding
Writer's Digest Books, 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 502 pages
Open this book and you'll open the gateway to the worlds of science fiction and fantasy. With this guide, you'll learn how to create better speculative fiction - and sell it.
Both a how-to-write manual and a where-to-sell directory, Science Fiction and Fantasy Writer's Sourcebook will help you infuse your work with strength and wonder, then submit it to your most promising markets.
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