by Anne Bowling (editor)
Novel & Short Story Writer's Market 2001
Writer's Digest Books, January, 2001.
Paperback, 678 pages.
This year's edition of the annual market guide for fiction writers include more markets, resources and articles than ever before. The 2001 edition includes 100 pages of articles and advice, covering business basics, epublishing and several specific genres, including romance, mystery and fantasy, science fiction and horror. The book contains over 2,000 market listings, including book publishers, literary agents and magazines (including both small circulation magazines and consumer magazines). The markets in the book are well-categorized so writers can quickly locate a book publisher or magazine publisher for a specific category or genre. Information about awards, contests, conferences and others resources are also included.
As usual, this year's edition of the Novel & Short Story Writer's Market is thoroughyly well-researched, and contains a great deal of business and market information for fiction writers. The insider reports, which highlight certain markets and include interviews with the editors, are especially informative. If you write fiction, this book provides you with a quick way to find some potential markets for your work, and keep up with new developments and markets in your genre. And that's something no serious fiction writer can do without.
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