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by Kirsten Holm

2002 Writer's Market Online epub ebook

Author: Kirsten Holm
Category: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Language: English
Publisher: Writer's Digest Books; Book & Website subscription edition (August 2001)
Pages: 1112 pages
ISBN: 1582970491
ISBN13: 978-1582970493
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 933
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Writer S Market Online. Describes thousands of markets for writers, covering magazines, publishers, syndicates, and contests; with inf. ISBN10 : 1582970491, ISBN13 : 9781582970493. Read Online Download Full. Writer S Market Online.

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Now writers can access the most current market information available, every day, at any time. With 2002 Writer's Market - The Internet Edition, they get the benefits of a standard edition of Writer's Market and a year long subscription to our extraordinary Internet site - premium market access with the following benefits: Every market from the book listed online Additional markets not found in the book with new ones added throughout the year; Continual updates of all entries - Never again will submissions or correspondence be returned due to old, out-of-date contact information; Customized search capabilities by keyword, market type, pay scale and more; Full text of publishers' writers' guidelines; The Writer's Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition; Manuscript submission tracker; Query letter templates; Message boards, job opportunity listings and more!
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I have to admit that I've always had mixed feelings about the various market guides put out by Writer's Digest. While the information and market listings within were (and are) indispensable, it always annoyed me how the editors broke down their listings into so many seperate -- and at times rather costly books. (Or at least at the time, when I was first trying to survive on occasionally selling a short story for five cents a word, they seemed overpriced for a set of books targeted exclusively at aspiring writers.) However, all that aside, these annual books are probably the most valuable tools that any writer -- especially one who is just starting to send his work out -- can purchase. Not only are the listings remarkably varied and thorough but the advise within is usually very helpful, realistic, and straight forward. It was the Writer's Market that taught me how to write a convincing cover letter and it was also in the Writer's Market that I found the first magazine to ever accept one of my short stories. Plus, this year, with the online edition, the book offers the most up-to-date listings possible which cuts down on my least favorite occupational risk, waiting five months for a reply that simply reads, "We're sorry but The Monthly Quarterly Review Of Words, Comma, and Stuff has temporarily suspended publication." One warning, however. Most of the information in the listings is provided by the magazines themselves and often, they will be deliberately vague when describing the type of writing they're looking for. Though the writer's market is an excellent way to find potential leads, most writers will still save themselves a lot of time and frustration by mailing off a few bucks and getting a sample issue. That may sound like a given but its still good advice to hear. (And I say that as the former fresh-faced young writer who once had six short stories rejected by a magazine before finally spending a few bucks for a sample copy and discovering that I'd been trying to get my nostalgic tales of growing up in Texas published in a hardcore porno mag.)

A must-have for working and aspiring writers alike. Beginners will find the articles helpful, working pros need the listings.
FYI: The listings makes side-by-side comparisons practically impossible, so I recommend inputting the information on your computer, then formatting it as a table. Pricing guidelines are sometimes inconsistent (average pay is listed as above-average and vice versa) and some small sections look as if they went directly to press without proofreading. Online updates more than compensate for such minor considerations.

This book is exactly what it's title says -- and no more. It IS a reference book to an internet tool. The good thing is that by using the updated internet database, the information can be kept current. The advantages of this book (website) are accessible without buying the book. If You are looking for an improved version of the electronic versions of 1999 & 2000, do not look here. You cannot do offline tasks like submission tracking, market lists and reports, you cannot, in fact, (unless you count holding the book on your lap and reading it)use it unless you are on the net -- where you don't need it! I feel let down. I was looking forward to the 2001 electronic edition; I was looking forward to the updating that I would be able to do to supplement my offline work. Now, I am at the mercy of old telephone lines, slow ISPs and occassionally gridlocked nets. What took twenty minutes in the earlier version can take over an hour now. More thought should have gone into this, a lot more. The net functions are fine but they through out a lot of very helpful features when they through out the electronic edition.

To many people writing is a hobby, a special interest, an expression of deep thought, and to others a profession - and a paycheck. Whatever oneswriting endeavors are intended for, there are many ways to express oneself and many avenues to getting work seen by others. 2002 Writer's Market Online edited by Kirsten Holm and published by Writer's Digest is one of the most exhaustive printed resources available today for getting work published, to get your name out, and to get paid for doing it!
This mammoth 1112-page book features thousands of publishing opportunities - the names, contact information, and publishing guidelines for book and magazine publishers, literary agents, and companies accepting business and education writing, greeting card writing, playwriting, and screenwriting works. National and regional publications cover topics such as beauty, business, entertainment, finance, health, history, hobbies, journalism, music, nature, parental guidance, pets, religion, romance, science fiction, sports, technology, and the travel industry. Readers will also learn about hundreds of literary contests and awards that will bring in money and create name recognition that's important and often necessary to launch and maintain writing careers.
Readers also have at their fingertips solid writing advice that will help them get their work noticed. Contributors to this fine work offer guidance on handling contracts and agreements, major copyright concerns, setting writing fees, writing query letters, manuscript formatting, submitting manuscripts, finding online and offline markets, syndicating columns, writing for the online market, and publishing on the Web. Special insider reports sprinkled throughout the book offer readers additional insight on other topics important to writers.
2002 Writer's Market Online features full access to Writer's Digest's [...] Website that features the full electronic edition of the printed book, additional listings, updated listings, an electronic newsletter, and additional writing helps and tools able to enhance anyone's writing career. Persons buying the book receive a full one-year subscription to this very helpful online service. This book and the accompanying Website are indispensable reference works for members of the freelance writing profession. These two resources provide up-to-date information about the people they need to know to powerfully advance their writing careers. They are highly recommended reading!

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