How To Publish Your Articles
Square One Press, September, 2001.
Trade Paperback, 343 pages.
This guide helps writers learn how to write query letters, target publications and submit articles in such a way that they are more likely to get accepted. In addition to information about how to submit your work, how to draft great query letters and other topics, the book also helps you learn how to make the market accept your work -- including a system of article submission geared at increasing the writer's odds of getting an acceptance -- without irritating the editor. The book also includes tips on contract negotiations, finding legal assistance and using your published clips.
Author Shirley Kawa-Jump is a highly successful freelance writer who is more than qualified to write about freelancing. She has published over 2,500 articles for magazines, journals and newspapers in her career. Ms. Kawa-Jump's book is organized, concise and provides detailed explanations, so that even the most inexperienced writers will be able to understand the sometimes complex process of freelancing for a living. Highly recommended for novice freelancers or for freelancers who have struggled thus far to make a sale.
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This review was published in the February, 2002 of The Internet Writing Journal.
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