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How to Get Your Teaching Ideas Published: A Writer's Guide to Educational Publishing Hardcover – February, 1994
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Stangl, an educator and writer, explains how teachers, tutors, and others in the field of education--as well as writers in general--can write and sell teaching materials. Educational publishing is one of the largest markets available to writers, and Stangl explains how it works, including information relevant to beginners. Chapters explore the different options for writers and the different types of materials publishers accept. Some payment ranges are included. The appendix is extensive, including lists of ideas, publishing trends, and the various markets within educational publishing broken down by type of material. This book fills a very specific niche on the writing shelf. It is well written and useful for both the inexperienced writer and the professional looking for new markets. Recommended for relevant collections.
- Lisa J. Cochenet, Plainfield P.L. Dist., Ill.
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Stangl provides teachers, aides, parents, and others with insight into specialized and general markets for their educational ideas. Markets are suggested for teaching tips, educational products, texts, and artwork. Addresses are supplied for magazine and book publishers. The approach to queries, proposals, submissions, and promotional methods is quite professional and sure to be a great help to any aspiring writer in this territory. Denise Perry Donavin
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