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Magazine Editors Talk to Writers

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This superlative guide is designed to help writers get published by better understanding how magazine editors think and how magazine publishing works. Divided into three parts, the first discusses the entire editorial process, magazine production, dealing with agents, the editor's role, and how decisions are made at magazines. The second segment deals with the business of ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published July 31st 1996 by Wiley (first published July 17th 1996)
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Carol Mann Agency
Top editors share information on magazine publishing, from copyrights and kill fees to eye-catching proposals and changes which have affected the magazine industry over the years. Organized in topic chapters, these interviews with editors provide specific advice on breaking into print in different types of publications. -- Midwest Book Review
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Oct 07, 2015 Al Czarnecki rated it it was amazing
Written for freelance writers, but offers valuable insight for media relations. Covers the editorial role and how decisions are made; final section includes interviews with 50 editors.
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