A Writer's Guide To Getting Published In Magazines

A Writer's Guide To Getting Published In Magazines

by Dianne DeSpain
     
 

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The definitive choice in how-to get published books, A Writer’s Guide to Getting Published in Magazines covers the topics every aspiring magazine writer must know in order to achieve success, including: Deciding your target audience and what magazines you want to approach; How to do your article research; Writing query letters and what to include in the query

Overview

The definitive choice in how-to get published books, A Writer’s Guide to Getting Published in Magazines covers the topics every aspiring magazine writer must know in order to achieve success, including: Deciding your target audience and what magazines you want to approach; How to do your article research; Writing query letters and what to include in the query package; Writing an article proposal; How to decide what articles to write; A description of article types often open to freelancers; Finding an expert to interview; Sidebars, photos and clips; Protocol for working with editors; Manuscript formats and writing the actual article; Contracts, rights and the business side or writing for magazines.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781614171669
Publisher:
ePublishing Works!
Publication date:
01/10/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
783 KB

Meet the Author

From the time she was six, and achieved her first writing success in a poem titled, If I Had a Pony, which received rave reviews from her mother, by the way, Dianne DeSpain always knew she wanted to write something...anything. Sidetracked by a degree in music, then another one in nursing, followed by marriage, children and full-time stay-at-home mothering, she got off-track for a few years, but came back around to the writing desire when she noticed that her kids were growing up and getting lives of their own, and her husband’s business was taking off leaving him less at home and more at work. In other words, life was moving on and Dianne wasn’t. So, back to the writing thing.
Not to be discouraged by the sure knowledge she wasn’t a poet, Dianne ventured out to her first writing conference

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