6 Tips for Working with Editors
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Thanks to e-mail, you never need to make eye contact with editors you write for. But maybe you should. The payoff is more than you might imagine.
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Use this checklist before you head out the door to your book signing.
Choosing a good publication from a potentially delinquent one is key when it comes to receiving payment for your work.
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Many writers worry their work isn't protected unless they use a copyright symbol or file with the Copyright Office. Learn when and how your work is protected, and exactly what that means.
Endear yourself to editors by making your articles ruthlessly accurate. Here's an insider's guide to blazing through the fact-checking process.
It's one of the biggest writing questions of all: What do editors want? Jeff Mock, former editor of the Gettysburg Review and author of You Can Write Poetry, has the answer.
E-books haven't set the world on fire yet, but they're carving out a nice little niche.
Excerpts from Robert Bly's book, Write More, Sell More on ways to earn more money.
Understanding fair use is crucial for writers who glean material from outside sources. Learn when and how to attribute facts, opinions and paraphrases.
Publishing has its ups and downs, but writers can find stasis in online communities. Read about three groups that provide more than just a place to commiserate about editors.
Editors and E-Queries
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Tips for Investigating Agents
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A Sample E-Query