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The Writer's Handbook: The Complete Guide for All Writers, Publishers, Editors, Agents and Broadcasters | Paperback

Released on 01 May 2010

Author: Barry Turner | Format: Paperback

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'The Writer's Handbook became a trusted friend. It shone a light into the publishing world' MICHELLE PAVER, author of the children's series the Chronicles of the Ancient Darkness 'A wise and witty book, packed with useful information' THE SOCIETY OF AUTHORS 'I got my agent by looking in 'The Writer's Handbook' SOPHIE KINSELLA, Author of the Shopaholic series 'The Writer's Handbook is an essential directory for new and established writers alike' MARY CLEMMEY, Literary Agent 24th Edition NO.1 FOR WRITERS Completely revised and updated for 2011, this acclaimed companion provides you with the most comprehensive information on the writing industry. From pinpointing contacts in a wide range of publishing houses and literary agencies to information on writing courses in your area; from screenwriting, TV, radio and newspapers to local literary festivals and grants, The Writer's Handbook 2011 is a practical and easy-to-use resource for all writers. It offers invaluable advice and insight from publishing experts, and successful fiction and non-fiction writers.Whether you are an aspiring or established writer, or a publishing professional, this is the book that you should not be without. New articles this edition includes: So you want to be an author? Children's Writing Great book. Pity about the reviews Characterization in popular fiction Poetic visibility and relevance at the end of the noughties A writer's place in a networked world Non-Fiction writing Confessions of a friendly ghost How to write a bestseller Settling accounts -- Tax and the writer Includes FREE access to the website: browse the online directory and explore the other useful resources for writers (you will find your unique access code on the sticker on the front of this book, please note that access is for one year from publication date and expires on 30th June 2011 ). www.thewritershandbook.com

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AuthorBarry Turner
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan (United Kingdom)
FormatPaperback - 800 Pages