Tuesday, 6 February 2018

Writer's Market

Here is the latest Writer Market newsletter with details of trade magazines, how to get a literary agent and more:


Find out why trade magazines are great for freelance writers!


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Recently Updated Trade Magazines!


Most people are familiar with consumer magazines, because they're aimed at the average consumer and are found where average consumers shop (like bookstores, grocery stores, and other retailers). Since they're often overlooked by beginning writers and focused on specialized areas, trade magazines tend to have fewer freelancers pitching pieces. Plus, the pay tends to be better with trade magazines than consumer magazines. Click to continue.






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Make 2018 your year to find more writing success with the first annual Writer's Digest Virtual Conference for Novelists. In addition to instruction from award-winning and bestselling novelists, attendees have the opportunity to receive personalized feedback on queries from literary agents. Click to continue.


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Get the best combination of the latest Writer's Market book with a one-year subscription to WritersMarket.com!
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The guide that's been helping writers get published and get paid for their writing since 1921 includes thousands of listings for book publishers, magazines, agents, and more.
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Get the ultimate guide to literary agents with hundreds of listings for literary agents and how to create submissions they'll love!
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Make 2018 your most successful year yet with the Get a Literary Agent: How to Catch an Agent's Interest With Your Query and First Pages boot camp. Attendees will learn how to craft queries that agents want while receiving personalized feedback from actual literary agents. Click to continue.






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Robert Lee Brewer and Brian A. Klems share tips and funny encounters with literary agents (1:00), important advice for entering writing contests (11:30), and discuss how to approach an agent (and more) with literary agent Carly Watters (14:00). Click to continue.


Robert Lee Brewer
Robert Lee Brewer
Robert Lee Brewer is Senior Content Editor for the Writer's Digest Writing Community. He edits Writer's Market, directs online conferences, and writes for the magazine and website. Follow him on Twitter @robertleebrewer.


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