It takes more than good writing to get readers to notice. Here are tricks and tips to use today's technology to promote your work.
New agencies—and even a few well-established ones—are on the hunt for the next breakout book. Could it be yours?
Advice for fiction writers and poets on getting published.
Here are some expert book query tips you can use to get your manuscript a greenlight by an agent or editor.
Get inside the life of agent Laurie Liss and learn what to send an agent's way.
We combed through the pages of Novel & Short Story Writer's Market to bring you 15 book publishers that don't require an agent, aren't based in New York City and will consider first-time authors of mainstream/literary fiction.
How many poems can you send to a magazine at one time? How do you prepare a collection of poetry for submission to a publisher? A poetry expert answers these and other questions.
No one wants his or her self-published book to fail. In the new issue of Publishing Success, learn to avoid eight of the most common mistakes and make sure that your book is a success.
Author Paul Raymond Martin gives the following tips for brave writers not afraid to aggressively promote their own books.
No agent? No problem. These publishers want to read your work. Check out www.writersdigest.com for more detailed listings including tips straight from the publishers'' mouths. Special thanks to Lauren Mosko, editor of 2007 Novel & Short Story Writer''s Market, for help with compiling this list.
Land more writing clients by taking advantage of the latest (and easiest) marketing tool.
An interview with authors William Thomas Quick and Richard Curtis
When you're trying to scare up publicity for your book, the media wants to know just one thing: Is it newsworthy? Of course it isyou just have to know how to sell it.
Judy Bodmer, a full-time writer and freelance editor explains 8 ways to make your book a success long before your work sees a bookstore shelf.
There are some things you‘ll never read about in a publisher‘s writers‘ guidelines. You have to either hang around the editor‘s office and eavesdrop or find a friend who‘s able to extract the editor‘s deep, dark secrets. Luckily, you have the latter. We asked editors what they‘d say to writers if they could talk...
Learn how to make the most of your conference experience by using these techniques to improve your networking skills!
Just what should a nonfiction query letter contain? The editors at Writer's Digest answer that precise question.
Learn the basics of what you need to know before you mail your submission.
Promote your work by voicing your way to the top of the radio airwaves.
Debbie Ridpath Ohi, author of Writer's Online Marketplace, tells you how to find the online markets that are right for you.
A bad editor can make freelancing a nightmare. Find out how to build a workable relationship with even the most difficult editor.
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Lining up article sourcesespecially when you're tight on timedoesn't have to be a harrowing task. Here's a five-step plan to find the right quote when you need it.