Writer's and Illustrator's Guide to Children's Book Publishers and Agents Who They Are! What They Want! And How to Win Them Over!
Edition: 2nd 2003 (Revised)
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Description: Here is the ultimate writer's and illustrator's reference to hundreds of publishers, editors, and agents in the world of children's publishing. Inside is an up-to-date collection of names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, and Web sites for the best of the best in the industry, plus all the critical basics you need to uncover the most promising publishing opportunities. You'll also find interviews and articles from insiders who reveal the secrets to big-time success in this ultracompetitive arena. Included are listings for more than: 250 book and magazine publishers and exactly what they want 500 children's book editors who will buy your work 100 children's book agents and artist reps and how to make them work for you 100 contests and awards to help you break into the business 100 of the best conferences and workshopsAt your fingertips is everything you need to get past the slush piles and into the hands of the real players of the children's publishing market, including guidance, resources, and inspiration that will make the process smooth and swift. With this book and your talent, you hold the keys to being published.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $21.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publication date: 10/28/2003
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
|How to Get Published|
|Introduction: Publishing Secrets of the Pros|
|Selling Your Work From Author to Editor—Writing Cover Letters, Query Letters, and Proposals That Work|
|Linda Arms White Before Submitting, Apply This Final Checklist to Your Work|
|Laura Backes Why Authors Need to Know the Market|
|Laura Backes Researching the Market|
|Laura Backes Hunting Readers in a Bunny-Eat-Bunny World|
|Susan Salzman Raab The Craft of Writing Speak Easy: Developing Realistic Dialogue|
|Mary Anderson Characters Give Fiction a Firm Foundation|
|Laura Backes Animals: Handle with Care|
|Alexander Steele The Difference Between Middle Grade and Young Adult|
|Laura Backes The Honorable Art of Revision|
|Deborah Perlberg Being a Successful Artist Portfolio: Your Magic Book|
|David Niles Showing My Portfolio in NYCPhyllis Pollema-Cahill Getting a Rep|
|David Niles Legal Issues Publishing Contracts: Special Cases You Need to Know About|
|Lloyd L. Rich New Media Electronic Publishing—E-Books for Children?Moira Allen|
|Directory of Publishers and Editors About the Directory of Publishers and Editors|
|Children's Magazine Publishers|
|Literary Agents and Artist Representatives About the Directory of Literary Agents and Artist Representatives|
|A Roundtable Discussion on Agents and Art Reps|
|Hosted by Ellen R Shapiro|
|Directory of Literary Agents and Artist Reps|
|Internet Research and Resources|
|Conferences, Workshops, and Programs|
|Awards & Contests|
|Books & Periodicals|
|Other Useful Resources (Artist Directories, General Resources)|
|Glossary of Terms|