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With a bit of imagination and initiative, you can gain publicity for your book without emptying your bank account.
Whether your first or 10th book is about to hit store shelves, a Web site is the key to promoting your latest work. Here's what you need.
What does a young writer have to do to break into this business, anyway? Follow our new columnist as he finds out.
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Questions & Quandaries
Writing Careers : Rita Rosenkranz, Literary Agent
Keep your eyes open for upcoming anniversaries, and you just may land a plum assignment.
The old rules don't apply anymore. So what's an author gotta do to get noticed around here?
As technology improves, so do your publishing options. Here's a guide to what's new, what's available and why it's easier than ever to publish yourself.
Pessimistic about the future of the printed word? A recent poll by trade magazine Publishers Weekly revealed that younger book buyers are more likely to buy a larger number of books. "It was previously believed that older people were the biggest book purchasers," say authors Marilyn Ross and Tom Ross in...
Arthur Golden on Revision
If you stay true to your voice, this successful romance writer says, you'll find those rules aren't etched in stone.
Query letters can make or break a writer. Here are tips on how to write the perfect query and land the ideal freelance job.
School's finished, the diploma's on the wall and you're out in the working world—so what now? Hit the ground running and start your writing life.
Give your freelance career a boost with a time-honored tactic for scoring a second writing job as soon as you've finished the first.
Staying on top of new markets requires understanding technology, noticing up-and-coming trends and searching for the unexpected.
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.