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Editors, and You: The Insider's Guide to Getting Your Book Published
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your ticket to the world of publishing -- a once-in-a-lifetime roundup of the
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an insider. Synopsis Written primarily by literary agents and editors, 20 chapters
provide information on the publishing industry for aspiring authors, in a question-and-answer
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Guide to Literary Agents 2003-2004
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Put your writing career on the fast track! You need an agent who
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Writer's Guide to Book Editors, Publishers, and Literary Agents, 2003-2004: Who
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This ultimate writer's reference connects you to who's who in
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and Illustrator's Market: 800 Editors and Art Directors Who Buy Your Writing and
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first step to success! Get your stories published with the 2001 Children's Writer's
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