NEW this year from Writer’s Digest Books!
time to turn a stereotype on its head. Plagiarism: It’s often cited as
an example of what not to do in the writing craft, but sometimes it’s
not all that bad—in fact, sometimes it’s downright lucrative.
this new market guide, WD brings an underground trade to the forefront
of the writing community, showing you thousands of markets to pitch
other people’s work, how to make it uniquely yours, how to avoid
lawsuits and quietly settle controversies and how to break into an
often-stigmatized market that, in the end, really can break—or make—a
Featuring contributions and front-of-the-book craft
pieces by author Kaavya Viswanathan, former New York Times reporter
Jayson Blair, and more.
$29.99 paperback, 810 pages
Tip o’ the hat to ingenious WD editors Zachary Petit & Brian Klems