Writing to the Point: A Complete Guide to Selling Fiction

Writing to the Point: A Complete Guide to Selling Fiction

by Algis Budrys, Alois Budrys
     
 

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The classic work of writing instruction back in print!
The complete, concise guide to writing fiction that sells from one of the most popular instructors of the Writers of the Future and Clarion workshops.Get a master's competitive edge in the writing business.
Bestselling writer, editor and renowned writing teacher Algis Budrys, known as "AJ" to his many…  See more details below

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The classic work of writing instruction back in print!
The complete, concise guide to writing fiction that sells from one of the most popular instructors of the Writers of the Future and Clarion workshops.Get a master's competitive edge in the writing business.
Bestselling writer, editor and renowned writing teacher Algis Budrys, known as "AJ" to his many students, has distilled his fifty years of success into Writing to the Point. Write better stories. Fix mistakes in your current stories.

Writing to the Point contains all the writing articles that appeared in the classic tomorrow Magazine, re-edited and expanded. Algis Budrys has taught hundreds of people at scores of workshops, was a well-known critic, editor, and author in his own right.

"AJ's information is, and always has been, solid gold. Every writer can learn from this book."-New York Times bestselling author Kevin J. Anderson

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781886211001
Publisher:
Action Publishing, LLC
Publication date:
01/01/2010
Pages:
64
Product dimensions:
5.30(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.30(d)

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Meet the Author

Algis Budrys, known as "AJ" by his numerous friends and writing students, was one of the formative influences in the enormously successful Writers of the Future Contest, where he served as judge, coordinator, and chief instructor for many years. In addition, he was also an instructor at the Clarion Writers Workshop.

Also known for his fiction, Budrys wrote the Hugo-Award nominated Rogue Moon, as well as Who?, The Falling Torch, Hard Landing, Michaelmas, and others. He was also a critic for Galaxy Science Fiction and a book editor for Playboy. He passed away in 2008.

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