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2011 Novel And Short Story Writer's Market (Novel & Short Story Writer's Market) 30th , Kindle Edition
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Established writers talk to you through the pages, giving insights on their views and experiences. Advice on how to deal with the 101 hurdles new writers face in the struggle to get their story out... advice about blocks and pitfalls, and above all, encouragement.
Different categories are clearly marked for quick and easy access.
I was advised to get this guide by my writing teacher,and find it fascinating, although I am British and live in France!
I think I got the US version by mistake...still, nothing says I can't be published in the US, and if I work hard, with this excellent guide on my desk it might even happen!
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My advice: if you buy this book, you probably don't need to buy the 2011 Writer's Market. The reverse is also true - if you have 2011 Writer's Market, you don't really need this book. This book goes into a little more detail with literary journals, but it does not create enough of its own niche to make it a unique book. There is a LOT of overlap between the two.
I bought both of them in the bundle, and was disappointed to see how much of this book is in the larger Writer's Market. This book's strength is its list of academic journals and literary magazines. If that's what you want, then this is a good choice. Otherwise, you are better off choosing one.
The book is well organized, divided into several categories--small circulation magazines, publishers, agents, etc.--and is quite user friendly. My only complaint, is there has to be one, is with regards to the essays that are aimed to inspire the fledging writer. I don't necessarily glean inspiration from these trite, terse little bits of commonplace rhetoric. They are unexceptional and state the obvious. A small complaint, though, considering this should not be reason #1 for purchasing this book.
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