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Initial post: 10 Jul 2007 10:29:07 BDT
I did not find the reviews helpful at all, being an artist, as only one mentioned anything. It was liking reading say, War and Peace for writers, and then at the end adding doobedoobedoo for artists. Could someone please do a bigger review for the artists section of the book.

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Posted on 3 Sep 2011 22:12:51 BDT
The whole concept is a farce. None of the agents are interested. And representation for artists is non-existant. The only people making money out of this publication are the publishers. I've had a dozen and more books published over the years, 3 of the them bestsellers, and yet I cannot find myself an agent! Publishers will not look at anything nowadays unless its come to them via an agent. I have this disheartening feeling that I shall die with a backlog of fiction surrounding my despondent corpse, that will never see the light of day. The worse thing is I KNOW this stuff is good, and there is nothing I can do. Agents lists are full & publishers won't touch you
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Writers' and Artists' Yearbook 2007 (Writers' & Artists' Yearbook)
Writers' and Artists' Yearbook 2007 (Writers' & Artists' Yearbook) by Ian Rankin (Paperback - 24 July 2006)
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