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2007 Novel & Short Story Writer's Market Paperback – July 21, 2006
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Top Customer Reviews
Every fiction market imaginable is included. Literary magazines, agents, small circulation, online markets, consumer magazines, book publishers, contests, awards and conferences are all at your fingertips in the 600+ pages of information.
Just as the publishing world is always changing, so are the yearly guides. The 2007 edition contains the complete listings you're familiar with and the type of work represented, contacts, complete contact info and payment terms. But a new section for writers of graphic novels and comics has also been added.
Helpful articles aren't just a bonus in the guide. They're full of information to help you create work that is saleable and solid. Sections include craft and technique, getting published, specialty areas for mystery writers, romance writers, sci fi, fantasy and horror writers as well as the newly added graphic novel and comics writers category.
The Novel & Short Story Writer's Market is in its 26th year. It's an invaluable tool exclusively for fiction writers.
If you're even thinking of publishing your fiction, this guide could be your ticket. All of the listings are 100-percent updated and there's no better way to find the market best suited for your work.
The Resources section at the back of the book included a highly useful glossary of genres, in case you're one of the many confused by the proliferation of sub-categories and markets in this area. Also, on page 544, there was a listing of corporate behemoths and the presses they own. (OK, this info changes frequently, but this will give you a place to start tracing who's really in charge.)
The listings of agents, lit magazines, genre markets, mass market magazines, workshops, prizes was comprehensive enough. (Of course, you'll want to go to their individual websites to check for recent staffing changes and detailed submission guidelines.) I was happy to see a section of online magazines too.
There are lots of lists and indexes sorted so that you can find information quickly. This book is well organized and easy to use.
If you ARE an insider with a long history and lots of literary contacts, you may not find this book as helpful; save your money and go to the websites. But for the rest, I'd recommend this book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Received this as a present and loved it. Very helpful articles as well as advice, such as sample query letters, interviews with writers, editors, and agents. Read morePublished on January 27, 2008 by Yu-han Chao
This book is just what the doctor ordered for this aspiring beginning writer. Having no idea where to submit, nor the in and outs of submission, this is proving to be an... Read morePublished on May 20, 2007 by George Tennant
I've used this book as a source of the marketplace for my stories since 1999. It's the most concise and useful book of its kind.Published on February 12, 2007 by R. H. Thompson Jr.
This book cuts down on the hassle of plowing through publishers one isn't interested in contacting. I like that it gives me a clear idea of just what each one is looking for.Published on January 27, 2007 by Marilyn
I've been getting these books every year. The Writer's Market series is the ultimate "yellow pages" for publishers and agents. No writer should be without this.Published on January 21, 2007 by Wendy C. Allen
I found this to be VERY helpful. I recommend it to anyone who is seriously working on getting their stories out there to magazines, publishers and agents.Published on January 13, 2007 by R. V. Olivier
This book is an invaluable reference for writers wishing to be published. Various markets are categorized and described along with their preferences for style, length and other... Read morePublished on January 9, 2007 by Judy S. Dodd
This book should be in the personal library of any writer. It's an even better resource than I thought it would be. There are listings for agents, publishers, magazines, etc. Read morePublished on January 9, 2007 by J. Giuffre