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Writers' and Artists' Yearbook 2005 2005 [Paperback]

Maeve Binchy
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Table of Contents

Newspapers and magazines
Getting started
Writing for newspapers – Richard Keeble
Writing for magazines – Richard Keeble
National newspapers UK and Ireland
Regional newspapers UK and Ireland
Magazines UK and Ireland
Newspapers and magazines overseas
Syndicates, news and press agencies
Getting started
Understanding the publishing process
– Bill Swainson
Dos and don’ts on approaching a publisher
– Michael Legat
Notes from successful authors in fiction,
non-fiction and children’s publishing
– Joanna Trollope, Simon Winchester and
J.K. Rowling
Ghostwriting – Andrew Crofts
Writing and the children’s book market
– Chris Kloet
Illustrating for children’s books
– Maggie Mundy
Doing it on your own – Peter Finch
Helping to market your book
– Alison Baverstock
Book distribution – Mike Petty
Vanity publishing – Johnathon Clifford
Who owns whom in publishing
– Christopher Gasson
Top one hundred chart of 2003 paperback

fastsellers – Alex Hamilton
Year-in-view of the publishing industry
– Nicholas Clee
Publishing agreements – Michael Legat
FAQs about ISBNs
Public Lending Right
Book publishers UK and Ireland
Book publishers overseas
Audio publishers
Book packagers
Book clubs
Getting poetry published – Michael Schmidt
Poetry organisations – Jules Mann
Television, film and radio
Adaptations from books – Kate Sinclair
Writing for television – Anji Loman Field
Writing drama for radio – Lee Hall
Digital broadcasting – David Teather
BBC broadcasting rights and terms
Inside the BBC – Helen Weinstein
BBC regional television and local radio
Independent national television
Independent regional television
Digital, satellite and cable television
Television and film producers
Independent national radio
Independent local radio
Digital audio broadcasting
Independent radio producers
Television and radio overseas

Writing for the theatre
– Christopher William Hill
Theatre producers
Literary agents
The role of the literary agent
– the late Giles Gordon
How to get an agent – Philippa Milnes-Smith
Literary agents UK and Ireland
Literary agents overseas
Art and illustration
Freelancing for beginners – Fig Taylor
Winning the greeting card game
– Jacqueline Brown
Art agents and commercial art studios
Card and stationery publishers which
accept illustrations and verses
Picture research
The freelance photographer
– Bruce Coleman and Ian Thraves
The picture research revolution
– Julian Jackson
Picture agencies and libraries
Card and stationery publishers which accept
Societies, prizes and festivals
The Society of Authors
The Writers’ Guild of Great Britain
Societies, associations and clubs
Prizes and awards
Literature festivals
Writers and artists online
E-publishing – Jane Dorner
Setting up a website – Jane Dorner
Websites for writers – Jane Dorner
Websites for artists – Alison Baverstock
Resources for writers
The writer’s toolkit – Ann Hoffmann
The writer’s ultimate workspace – Rib Davis
Digital imaging for writers – David Askham
Correcting proofs
Creative writing courses
Writers’ retreats
Editorial, literary and production services
Government offices and public services
Copyright and libel
Copyright questions – Michael Legat
UK copyright law – Amanda L. Michaels
The Copyright Licensing Agency Ltd
Authors’ Licensing and Collecting Society
The Design and Artists Copyright Society Ltd
US copyright law – Gavin McFarlane
Libel – Antony Whitaker
Finance for writers and artists
FAQs for writers
Income tax – Peter Vaines
Social security contributions
– Peter Arrowsmith
Social security benefits – K.D. Bartlett
Subject indexes

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