Agents, editors, and you: the insider's guide to getting your book published
Writer's Digest, May 1, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 260 pages
Every writer wishes that they had a mentor in the business-someone who could share up-to-the-minute insider advice for getting their work published. That wish comes true with Agents, Editors, and You! Dozens of industry professionals provide fiction and nonfiction writers with essential information about a variety of important topics-everything from preparing a manuscript and getting it into the hands of an editor to the finer points of e-publishing. Readers will also learn what happens to a manuscript once it's accepted, how to market their books and gain publicity, plus what they should know about sub rights. Michelle Howry is currently an editor with Newmarket Press. She has also worked as an editor for Writer's Digest Books, Berkley Books and the Ohio University Press. As a writer and editor, she has contributed to the magazines Writer's Digest, Fiction Writer, Personal Journaling, I.D., and various online publications. She lives in New York City.
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