Custom research proposal writers for hire type my physics speech. Prescriptive and Narrative Nonfiction including parenting, relationships, women’s issues, personal growth, health & wellness, science, business, true crime, animals, pop culture, humor, cookbooks, gift books, spirituality, metaphysical, psychology, and self-help. Christian nonfiction: Intelligent, thoughtful Christian books. Prescriptive and narrative nonfiction: business, psychology, and self-help, parenting, relationships, women’s issues, personal growth, health & wellness, science, animals, pop culture, humor. Fiction: young adult fiction, Christian fiction.: short, one-page, focused synopsis of the story showing the beginning, middle and end, along with the first chapter (no prologues) to: arlimyst(at)[NOTE] appears new and short on sales, but eager to promote her clients. : Fiction queries must include a brief author's bio, and the setup or premise for the book - you can skip the synopsis. Snail mail or email queries (please start the subject line with "Query"). Robert Astle robert(at)artistsandartisans.com, Adam Chromy, adam(at)artistsandartisans.com, Michelle Wolfson michelle(at)artistsandartisans.comcommercial fiction and non-fiction, literary fiction, thrillers, women's fiction, mysteries, narrative and political non-fiction, academic and historical non-fiction, romance, suspense, business and how-to non-fiction, and young adultpopular culture/entertainment, political science, diet/fitness & health, cookbooks, psychology, business, memoir, and highly creative nonfiction, as well as accessible literary fiction, women's fiction, and high concept mysteries and thrillers.: Email submissions(at)augustagency.com: A detailed summary (one to two paragraphs only); a chapter outline (for nonfiction only); a brief paragraph explaining who you are and why you have chosen to write this particular book; The first 1,000 words or first chapter (note: this must be pasted within the body of your email; all emails with unsolicited attachments will be deleted without being read) The total page or word count of your completed manuscript.: online flash-based submission form at website. Snail mail send query letter, bio, 40 sample pages, plot synopsis, SASE. [Or, perhaps for non-fiction, unclear:] Proposal including concept statement, potential endorsements, about the book, about the author, about the market/competition, about promotion, production details, book table of contents & chapter summaries. [Note: beautiful to look at but difficult to navigate flash-based site.] Literary and commercial fiction and serious nonfiction, including psychology, biography, history, women's issues, social and political issues, cultural criticism, as well as art, architecture, photography, fashion and design. Fiction for women, historical and multicultural stories, as well as mysteries and thrillers: No unsolicited manuscripts. Send cover letter, description of the project, author biography. Fiction Submissions: One-page synopsis and two sample chapters. Non-fiction Submissions: Send proposal with overview, chapter outline, author biography, two sample chapters and short profile of competition. NOT illustrated, photographic or children's picture books, genre fiction such as fantasy, science fiction, romance, horror, mystery, US political thrillers, suspense, poetry, nor original screenplays for theatre, film or television: a cover letter with a brief description of the book and information about you (past publications, awards won or nominations); a sample chapter (or for non-fiction, a detailed outline and chapter breakdown); SASE (Canadian postage) or your e-mail address. Send a one-page email query letter to shoffman(at)with the word “Query” and the name of your book in the subject line.. NOT Children's, Science Fiction and/or Fantasy, Young Adult, Christian, Westerns, Mysteries, Poetry, Romance, Prescriptive ("How to") Travel, or Prescriptive Business books, original plays, teleplays, or screenplays. Include your name and contact information (including email), the date, the type of project (genre), the word count, gratuitous flattery, a brief summary of the project, if any editors have seen the info, personal information (books published, MFA, articles written, etc.), and a full synopsis of no more than 10 pages and SASE. any book about a time, place, or group of people that hasn’t been extensively written about; political, historical, or science-based nonfiction; excellent literary SF or Fantasy; heartbreaking memoirs; website or blog-based books; drop-dead funny nonfiction; first novels. NOT: serial killers, children in peril (kidnapped, etc.), or those dealing with the events of September 11, 2001. Send to: Paige Wheeler (New York office, above address). I also avoid subjects like rape, suicide, and manic-depression; and thrillers in which there's some terrorist organization bent on destroying America or the world. intelligent women’s fiction (including erotica and historical/ paranormal romance but not category romance), Southern fiction, edgy crime novels, dynamic novels of historical fiction and young adult fiction.. Preferably, send query via e-mail with QUERY in the subject line. By email: In the subject line include your name and the title of the work or "Query." Include cover letter and first page. Snail mail, include SASE (no mention of what else, but assume cover letter or proposal). For fiction, please include in your query your contact information; any prior literary credits including previously published books or short stories, MFA programs, awards/grants, and/or any prior representation; a short synopsis of the book; manuscript status; and word count. For non-fiction, please include contact information; a short overview of the book; the manuscript status; a short description of yourself (including credentials that relate to the topic of the book); target audience; and any marketing/promotion ideas or connections that you have in media; and word count. jculver(at)By snail mail, include SASE, Julie Culver at New York address (above). Fiction: commercial, women's fiction, historical fiction, psychological thrillers, suspense, women's fiction (esp. sassy Southern and/or British heroines), young adult. Non-fiction: cookbooks, biographies, business, women's issues, self-help. Snail mail a query letter, synopsis and the first 30 pages of your manuscript (for fiction) or proposal (for nonfiction). Query letter should include your name and contact information (including email), the date, the type of project (genre), the word count, a brief summary, the names of editors who have seen the info, personal information (books published, MFA, articles written, awards, etc.), and a full synopsis of no more than 10 pages. If you have sold previously, I'd like sales information about your books. Fiction: science fiction and fantasy, borderline horror (think really dark fantasy, not slasher fic), young adult, children's (only middle-grade), historical romance (especially Regency romances), and paranormal romance. Your query letter should include your name and contact information (including email), the date, the type of project (genre), the word count, a brief summary of the project, if any editors have seen the info, a bit of personal information about yourself (books published, MFA, articles written, etc.), and a full synopsis of no more than 10 pages. e-mail: jrappaport(at)Biography, Health/Beauty/ Parenting African-American, History, Historical Nonfiction, Hispanic/Latino, Law, Lifestyle, and Sports, Women's Issues. Non-fiction: history, creative non-fiction, memoir. NOT: mystery, thrillers, contemporary romance, erotica, literary, picture books, screenplays, poetry, self-help, business, how-to, religion. Fiction - Literary Fiction, Women's Fiction, Contemporary Fiction, Chick-Lit, Fiction for the 20-30 crowd, Mainstream Fiction, African-American Fiction, Multicultural Fiction, Latino/Hispanic Fiction by Latino/Hispanic authors, Romance (Contemporary, Inspirational, African-American, Asian, Latino/Hispanic, Multicultural, Romantic Suspense, and Military Romance) Non-Fiction Snail mail. Summary, complete table of contents, two sample chapters, analysis of the target market. [NOTE: this is a link to another listing site, but seemed complete enough to justify linking.] : Choose specific agent. Non-fiction: current affairs, narrative, biography and memoir, lifestyle, self-help, social sciences, gender, history, health, pop culture, classical music, sports, humor and women's issues. E-mail queries to info(at)include "query" in the subject line. Fiction: literary fiction with commercial appeal and strong screen potential. Snail mail: Query letter, may include the first five pages and a one page synopsis, if available. NOT: romance, coffee table books, art books, trivia, westerns, occult and supernatural, horror, poetry, textbooks, children’s books, picture books, film scripts, articles, cartoons and professional manuals.: Snail mail: address to specific agent. (SASE)narrative nonfiction, memoir, popular science, health, nature, parenting, psychology, practical business, how-to/self-help, pop culture, humor, television, popular reference, and just about anything that is fresh and provocative How: For snail mail: query letter brief summary (fiction), describe scope (non-fiction), and tell us a little about yourself, why you're writing the project, and credentials you have for writing the book in question. Cover letter (who you are, past credits or celebrity status, what your project is a summary paragraph is good, and whether you have submitted this project to the entire publishing community already, outline or brief synopsis, word count, sample chapter, SASE. miriam(at)dystel.com, sglick(at)dystel.com, mbourret(at)dystel.com, jmccarthy(at)dystel.com, labramo(at)dystel.com, cmilgrom(at) Commercial fiction, including women’s fiction, mysteries and thrillers. Women's fiction includes: romance, chick lit, romantic suspense, historical romance, sweet romance, erotic, dark romance, gothic. Multicultural, paranormal and fantasy romances but not time travel or inspirational stories. Various types of mysteries including cozies, hard-boiled. If you have ideas for other books, mention up to three of them. Please use conventional mail for all other submissions: your proposal, the first three chapters of a narrative book and a two-page synopsis after the text, or the complete manuscript on an exclusive basis. [NOTE] It is difficult from the website to determine whether they have specific genres or whether they handle all types. Various types of thrillers, legal, medical, etc.: Query includes overview similar to back cover copy. : Fiction, synopsis, the first three chapters (~ 50-100 pages). Agent(at)Ethan Fiction: thrillers, suspense, mysteries, romance, mainstream, action/adventure, Christian. Sam, ss(at)goldinlit.com; Matt, mm(at)goldinlit.com; Ellen, eg(at)Non fiction only. Brief bio including publications (where, when, who) and other relevant information. Nonfiction, book proposal with outline, sample material, an author bio. Non-fiction: how-to, self-help, law, true crime, current affairs, popular culture, women's issues, biography, history, travel, sports, politics, entertainment, spiritual and inspirational. Narrative, lifestyle and reference titles in: technology, popular science, current events, health and fitness, photography, business, parenting, travel, cooking, gardening, and the like: Snail mail. Screenplays.romance (romantic suspense, sexy contemporary, paranormal, multicultural and YA), mystery (cozy, thriller, and hardboiled), commercial fiction, literary fiction, multicultural fiction, narrative nonfiction and memoircutting-edge issues, narrative nonfiction, high quality commercial fiction and literary fiction, memoir, multicultural and international studies, women's studies, film and theater, cultural and sociological issues, religion (but not new-age), science, health and business.: Email, send a project description and brief biographical information including publishing credits if any to the appropriate agent. Non-fiction, proposal, 1-2 sample chapters, SASE and email. Fiction, first 15-20 pages, author bio, synopsis, SASE and email. Chiildren's Picture books or graphic novel: full ms. Middle Grade Y/A: first 20 pages, author bio, SASE and email address. Email query: Adult, query(at)fullcircleliterary.com; Children's : kidsquery(at)fullcircleliterary.com: Snail mail. One page query in email AND a fiction or non-fiction proposal prepared as a Microsoft Word document and sent as an attachment. Fiction, unpublished author, send cover letter, a 5-10-page synopsis, the first three chapters, and SASE. Nonfiction, unpublished, cover letter describing your background, a table of contents, a detailed outline, the first three chapters, market analysis and description of intended audience, marketing plan and SASE. (Yes, they request attachments.) The contents of the attachment are particular and detailed at Americana, art & architecture, biography, civil war (US), cooking & foods, crafts, equine, also: anthropology & archaelogy, gardening, government & politics, house & home, humanities, Native American, regional, religion, scholarly, social sciences, sociology, translation, women's issues & studies, writing. : email query including description, not to exceed two pages in length, intended genre or market, number of words, brief bio. [Note: could not locate email address on website.] literary and commercial fiction, graphic novels, humor, popular culture, social science, travel, and art, fashion, and design. For fiction, especially mystery, science fiction, horror, and satire, anything with a provocative point of view and an irreverent sensibility. Adult non-fiction: art, anthropology, architecture, animals, biography, body, mind and spirit, culture, food, health, nature, travel, indigenous cultures, memoirs, religion, and material that makes a new connection between formal science and the inner man. Non-fiction: Americana, art & architecture, biography, Civil War (US), cooking & foods, crafts, equine, also: anthropology & archaelogy, gardening, government & politics, house & home, humanities, Native American, regional, religion, scholarly, social sciences, sociology, translation, women's issues & studies, writing. nonfiction smartly tailored personal letter attached to 30 to 50 pages of good material from the book, full proposal with project overview, author bio, chapter summaries, and two sample chapters. Fiction: chick lit, contemporary, gothic, gothic romance, historical, historical romance, literary, mainstream, mystery, regency romance, regional, romance, romantic suspense, western. Fiction, please send a one-page synopsis and 30 to 35 pages of good material from the book. Carlisle, George Lucas, Matthew Guma, David Forrer, Catherine Drayton, Eleanor Jackson, Alexis Hurley, Pilar Queen, Celine Texier-Rose, Susanna Schell. query(at)harris-donahue.com: Snail mail concise query letter including brief summary or synopsis, pertinent relevant author information, including writing history and resume. General fiction, thrillers, "action, adventure, big drama rights for movies." Non-fiction: biography, business/investing/finance, mind/body/spirit, health, lifestyle, true stories and narrative non-fiction for features or TVFiction: romance, chick lit, romantic suspense, mystery, suspense, horror, women's fiction, and literary fiction. Include sample chapter, email address, word count and SASE. For non-fiction work include marketing platform, what makes you qualified to write about your subject, and media contacts or speaking engagements. Nonfiction: spirituality, new age, self-help, business/ finance, health, pop science, psychology, relationships, parenting, pets, pop culture, true crime, and general nonfiction Fiction: romance, erotica, chick lit, women's fiction, mysteries, and suspense. Nonfiction: business, finance, career, parenting, psychology, women's issues, self-help, health, sex, and general nonfictionmysteries of all varieties, women's fiction, suspense novels, self-help, spirituality, alternative and mainstream health, business and career, addiction, chick-lit nonfiction, and other nonfiction with a strong author platform.: For snail mail submissions send to above address and include below the address, Attn: Submissions. Brief query letter and attach a one-page synopsis in Microsoft Word format.: Snail mail, query with outline, brief synopsis, relevant author biography and SASE. Include inside a letter introducing yourself and your work, a one-page synopsis and an SASE. Tony Outhwaite has a separate address at: Midpoint Trade Books, 27 West 20th St., New York, NY 10011. Fiction: literary fiction, crime fiction, thrillers, women’s fiction, chick lit, graphic novels. [NOTE:] site says no new submissions until September 30th. Non-fiction: memoir, biography, history, science, business, pop culture, music, photo essays. Special interests: Pacific Northwest, death penalty issues, justice issues, contemporary music, plus anything weird, eclectic, off beat and strange. Here's a great quote from Reid's website: "The best way to stand out in the crowd here is by following the directions." This reminds me of Thurber describing his years requiring military marching drills. Due to poor eyesight he flunked his exercises again and again. Finally, after one particularly rigorous marching drill which included many turns, he found himself pointed in a 180 degree direction from the other cadets. He was singled out by the instructor, saying, "There is the only man who did it right." Two lessons: persistence and follow instructions. literary fiction and commercial fiction, including women's fiction, non-category thrillers and suspense and selectively, mysteries. Nonfiction, groundbreaking new ideas, research-based books with new perspectives on issues, books by experts and leaders in psychology, business, health and medicine, women's issues, philosophy, science, history, religion and spirituality.: snail mail only. For nonfiction: A detailed overview outlining project and a sample chapter. For fiction: query letter, ten to fifteen pages of text. General query letter guidelines: Address it to particular agent. Include your writing and relevant professional credentials, book summary, use your voice (but professional), keep it under two pages. Dos and don'ts at: narrative nonfiction of almost any subject, especially history, pop culture, participatory journalism, adventure, science and Christian spirituality. Material with marketing platform, and material first tested in newspaper and magazines. Fiction: Edgy voice, regardless of subject or genre. Writers with minority backgrounds and unusual experiences and perspectives, paranormal romance, and "domestic realism."Women’s fiction and romances, literary thrillers, crime novels and historical fiction. Narrative nonfiction in the categories of history, quirky titles about a unique topic, science and Christian spirituality.: email only. Include contact info, title of book and word count. queries(at)Include "query" in the subject line, and specify agent. Note previous publications and relevant writing experience.: Snail mail. Query with cover letter explaining book and your qualifications to write it, a two-page synopsis, two sample chapters, your CV or publication history, and SASE. romance (especially contemporary, erotica, historical, gotic, time travel, paranormal, futuristic, science fiction, and romantic suspense sub-genres), chick lit, lad lit, women's fiction, young adult, commercial fiction, and literary and multicultural fiction. Some nonfiction business and finance, self-help, how-to and psychology, entertainment and media, health, and inspirational/religiousliterary (with a commercial bent), commercial mainstream, women's fiction, chick lit (all types including paranormal, mystery, young adult, etc.), romance (types listed are contemporary, historical, suspense, thriller, romantic comedy, paranormal/time travel, science fiction/futuristic, and fantasy with romantic elements), some science fiction, fantasy, young adult/middle grade, (must be high concept and have a commercial bent), memoir, narrative nonfiction on all topics. NOT: screenplays, short story collections, poetry, horror, mystery (unless chick lit), thriller, children’s picture books, any nonfiction except as listed above, or material for the Christian/inspirational market. Nonfiction: parenting, history, cooking, foods, nutrition, crafts, beauty, how-to, gardening, war, health, medicine, psychology; fiction: science fiction/fantasy, women’s fiction, thrillers/mystery/crime and general fiction. Genre fiction including science fiction, fantasy, romance, westerns, thrillers, and horror. Or by snail mail to Attn: SUBMISSIONS at above address. Narrative and journalistic non-fiction, history, biography, business, computers, medicine, and science.: Email. short narrative biography, your education, anything to help sell the manuscript including professional credentials and a list of publications. query(at)Specific labelling instructions for queries are given at: : Query package should include cover letter with contact information, brief summary of book in single paragraph, book's title and word count. [NOTE: LJK presents specific and extensive guidelines for submissions. On a separate page, author's credentials including previously published books, short stories, writing contests or awards won, relevant professional background. These can be found as a pdf file at: .]: For snail mail, non-fiction include query letter, proposal or project overview and SASE. A two-to-five page synopsis single-spaced and cover the entire book. For snail mail fiction include cover letter, synopsis, or first 50 pages. For nonfiction proposals include detailed information on your platform, and any special access you might have to potential readers through media or speaking engagements.: Snail mail. Describe the material as well as relevant author background. Can submit via electronic form on submissions page. Include brief summary or synopsis and any pertinent author information, including relevant writing history. Email submissions not mentioned although email addresses are given at the site. fiction, specializing in thrillers, crime novels, mysteries and suspense, and women's fiction. Fiction: beautifully-written with a great, original concept and unique voice. Query letter including opening line stating the purpose of the letter and how you found out about me; a paragraph describing the manuscript, including both the plot or subject and the themes; also include a paragraph describing your author credentials. Adult nonfiction including biography, current affairs, economics, history, humor/gift/novelty, Jewish topics, media/entertainment, mind/body/spirit, politics, popular science, self-help/how-to, young adult non-fiction. Fiction: YA dealing with contemporary teen issues and young adult fantasy also genre fiction. Email query, Non-fiction and fiction: include only query letter with no attachments. Adult fiction including inspirational, literary fiction, multicultural fiction (African-American, Asian-American, African, immigrant, Latin American, Middle-Eastern), mysteries/thrillers, women's fiction, juvenile/young adult, picture books, chapter books.: Snail mail only. Non-fiction: business, personal finance, career books, women's issues, social issues, spirituality, psychology, health, pop culture, forgotten history and narrative non-fiction.: For Fiction: Mail a query letter, short synopsis, first five pages and SASE. Fiction: send the first twenty pages and a synopsis along with a detailed letter about your publication history and the history of the project. For non-fiction: query letter, proposal or project overview SASE. Nonfiction queries: send book proposal and sample chapters, along with a detailed letter about your publication history and the history of the project. Trade nonfiction including current affairs, popular culture, popular psychology, popular reference, music, science, how-to, self-help, women's issues, women's health, food/wine/beverage, biography, and sports. Includes query form on each agent's page at website. Fiction including women's fiction and romance (contemporary, "chick lit," romantic, suspense, category, historical).popular fiction; mainstream women's fiction, including inspirational and paranormal women's fiction; romantic suspense and romantic comedies; chick-lit and mommy-lit; contemporary and historical romances; medical, legal and international thrillers; psychological suspense and mysteries; multicultural and ethnic fiction; young adult booksnarrative nonfiction; books related to body, mind and spirit; health and alternative medicine; popular science; investigative journalism; inspirational and religious books; psychology, self-help or how-to; parenting and relationships; gardening; animals and nature; gift books; business; as well as controversial, multi-cultural, women's issues; and any trade nonfiction written by prominent authorities in their fields. [NOTE: Barbara Lowenstein is listed as a principal in both Lowenstein-Morel and Lowenstein-Yost. Include relevant biographical information, and a complete proposal. Nonfiction for twenty-somethings and baby boomers.: Snail mail only. They share the same physical address and submission procedures.] : Snail mail to California office. Fiction, send cover letter with overview, genre, word count, one paragraph bio with previous credits, contact info, whether it is a multiple submission, 1-2 page synopsis, 5-10 pages of manuscript or first chapter, SASE NOT required, they will contact you if they like it. Non-fiction: Query with a one-page concept or overview, table of contents with a chapter by chapter outline with a paragraph about each chapter, a page describing the market (who will buy the book and why), a brief description of your credentials and platform, two or three competing titles and an explanation of how your book is newer, better, or different, a sample chapter from your book, a complete bio, projected length/word count, number and kind of illustrations if any, indicate whether a complete proposal is available and your target date for completing the manuscript, contact info. SASE NOT required, they will contact you if they like it. Nonfiction, auto/biography, body, mind, spirit, business, family/parenting, gift, humor, inspiration, memoir, men's issues, narrative, novelty, poetry, practical, psychology, quotes, reference, relationships, self help, sex/intimacy, spirituality/religion, women's issues. Fiction, adult, fantasy, historical, humor, literary, magical realism, mainstream, middle reader, men's, mystery, romance, science fiction, suspense, thriller, women's, YA. Query letter should include name, date, contact info, and a brief description of the work along with relevant personal information: publications, writing education. iction and serious non-fiction, including health and sexuality, psychology, family and parenting, social issues, nature and environment, journalism, history and biography, memoir, science, self-help and general reference.: Prefers email, contents of which are not mentioned. Include title, premise, length, and a brief paragraph on your background and future goals. queries(at)pmalitfilm.com: Electronic submission form. For previously published authors, please also give a brief overview of your career thus far and your goals for the future. Send to queries(at)By mail: fiction, query letter, a one-or-two page synopsis, and the first chapter. Nonfiction, query letter, along with the book proposal. Electronic submission form at adult fiction, especially commercial and literary novels, especially literate suspense thrillers and contemporary novels with bestseller potential. Include a bio showing your background and qualifications, SASE.: Only via e-mail, QUERY in the subject line. Non fiction categories include: narrative adventure, self-help, psychology, environmental issues, nutrition, health, cooking, healing, alternative therapies, music, New Age, science, medicine, reference, biography and inspirational memoirs.: Email. One page query including title, word count and a brief description along with your publishing history. Penelope [email protected] Neil.comnarrative non-fiction, popular science, spirituality, history, biography, pop culture, business and technology, parenting, health, self help, music, and food. Brief overview, your credentials and expertise, the projected market and a brief description of the competition. Include which publishers have already seen your manuscript. Cover letter which, in two or three paragraphs, articulates the key aspects of the book, including theme, style and approach. Fiction; literate thrillers, crime fiction, science fiction and fantasy, military fiction and literary fiction. Fiction: Include short synopsis detailing the beginning, middle, and end of your story and the first 30-40 pages and a half page narrative biography listing any writing credits, publishing history, sales figures, etc., contact info, SASE. Include a brief synopsis of the book and author credentials. Non-fiction: include a half to one page overview of the book; a table of contents listing each chapter and chapter title and sub-title; a one page or so expansion of each chapter of the Table of Contents, describing the contents of each chapter in more detail; a sample chapter or two and a half page narrative biography listing any writing credits, publishing history, sales figures, etc., contact info, SASE.: email or snail mail. query(at)General: mainstream and genre fiction including mysteries and thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, romance, historicals and literature. Include cover letter with the title and category of your work, estimated word count and a brief, general introduction. We are interested in, but extremely selective of, horror and young adult. A horror or young adult author should have previous publishing credits in their genre. Mainstream non-fiction including; business, celebrity biography, computers, current events, health, history, how-to, movies, popular culture, popular reference, popular science, psychology, self-help, and sports. Projects that can be adapted to new media legal thriller with a female protagonist, edgy and/or literary thrillers, adult sf (hard) and fantasy (urban or dark), narrative nonfiction, adventure stories and mouth-watering food and wine writing.: Snail mail first few chapters, a résumé or press clippings, SASE. Specifics to include for book types: adult and YA fiction; first 20 to 30 pages ending at chapter break along with 3 to 5 page synopsis that includes the beginning and ending. For fiction, include synopsis and up to the first ten pages. Nonfiction, send a detailed table of contents including a descriptive narrative of each chapter. For nonfiction, include an outline of the chapters. Email, text only, no attachments to submissions(at)Non-fiction only. " Also: author biography, credentials, platform, marketing plan, competitive analysis, chapter summaries and sample chapter. Including, current affairs, politics, narrative non-fiction, including works in history that shed new light on important events, periods, and individuals, narrative sports, business, Judaica, issues in sexuality, current science explained for lay audiences, literary non-fiction. fiction and nonfiction, from romance novels and commercial women's fiction to cookbooks, lifestyle titles, memoirs, serious nonfiction on religious and spiritual topics, and books for the CBA marketplace. investigative journalism, literary nonfiction, history, biography, memoir, popular culture, science, adventure, art, food, religion, psychology, alternative health, social issues, adult commercial and literary fiction women's fiction, historical novels and literary fiction: Snail mail or email, query letter describing your project, background, and credentials. Nonfiction: health, medical, diet, nutrition, the brain, psychology, self-help, how-to, business, personal finance, memoirs, biography, history, politics, writing books, language, relationships, sex, pop culture, spirituality, gender issues, and parenting. Put “nonfiction query” or “fiction query” or “graphic novel query ” in the subject line followed by the title of your project. NOT magazine articles, e-published or self-published books, general novels, children's books, poetry, short stories, New Age and books contradictory to fundamental Christian beliefs.: email brief query, no attachments. Journalists, historians and critics, who are compelled to engage questions of broad social or cultural consequence, through either the filter of academic perspective, personal experience or historical perspective. Nonfiction: biography, history, true crime, psychology and self-help, health and medicine, parenting, how-to, juvenile nonfiction, sports, business and finance. Individual emails: russellgalen(at)scglit.com, jackscovil(at)scglit.com, or jackscovil(at) Include project description, brief author bio and your credentials No attachments. By snail mail, query letter as described above with SASE. Favorite authors/artists/characters: "The Arabian Nights, The Bible, Cervantes, The Decameron, Edgar Allan Poe, Frankenstein, Gargantua and Pantagruel, Hamlet, The Inferno, Job, King Lear, Lolita, Moby Dick, Notes From the Underground, Othello, Petrarch, Quasimodo, Rostand, Shakespeare, Tolstoy, Uruguayan Poets, Victorian novels, The Winter's Tale, XTC, Yeats and Frank Zappa." NOT: popular but trash, vampire, erotic, scifi and fantasy. Romance including historical, contemporary category, contemporary mainstream, suspense, paranormal, regency or inspirational. Nonfiction about real life heroes, prescriptive books, cookbooks, and basically any type of nonfiction by credentialed authors. Nonfiction, send a proposal written in standard format with author's bio, competitive titles, overview, etc. Fiction, send title page stating genre and/or targeted audience with word count, half page author's bio, a synopsis and the first fifty pages of text.non-fiction: popular reference, business, self-help/psychology, humor, biography and current affairs, women's interest, cookbooks, spiritual, multicultural, parenting, anything to do with games, movies, chronologies. : Email only, include "Author Submission" in subject line. Commercial and literary fiction: snail mail, query with "three pages that answer three questions: 1. A complete proposal includes: synopsis, target audience, your professional qualifications, analysis of competitive books, promotional plan, detailed outline/table of contents, one or two sample chapters. submissions(at)twliterary.comfiction: erotica, chick-lit, young adult, children's stories, female-focused fantasy, paranormal, women's fiction, historicals, regencies, westerns, romantic suspense, mystery, thrillers and other fiction genres. Fiction: query letter, first three chapters, synopsis and SASE. Include genre and word count, as well as pertinent writing experience. Non-Fiction: full proposal with word count, a query letter, the first three chapters and a SASE. Fiction: speculative (cross-genre scifi and splatterpunk), dark (thriller, not quite horror), horror (nasties, gore, blood, violence), pagan (anything fiction with a pagan heroine/hero or that centers on paganism). Non-Fiction: esoteric (tarot, magick, witchcraft, etc.), pagan (general pagan works, particularly interested in books on different traditions, etc.), alternative health (if it's not Western Medicine, it'd be here). NOT: poetry, science fiction or fantasy, thrillers or mystery novels, romances, graphic novels, cookbooks, self-help, travel guides, or art books. Please submit a two-page outline of the work and a full author biography. 1603 Italy Cross Rd., Petite Riviere, Nova Scotia B0J 2P0, don(at)tla1.com, shaun(at)la1NOT: genre or commercial fiction. Snail mail or email concise query letter, highlighting past publishing credits and/or referral from published authors/TLA clients. Query letter describing your manuscript, with author bio and writing sample of 5-10 pages for nonfiction and longer fiction; For picture books or poetry, please include bio and ms. Illustrators please send photocopies or prints of your work with bio and list of credits. Non-fiction: Narrative-driven writing on fascinating and culturally relevant topics: politics; gender issues; some types of memoirs; environmental issues; historical narratives; sexuality; and true crime with social implications. Non-fiction: how-to, self-help, education, current affairs, health, psychology, cookbooks, travel books, pop-culture, sports, adventure, true crime, biography and memoir.commercial fiction (thrillers, military, crime fiction and mysteries, young adult), commercial non-fiction (narrative non fiction, memoir, current events, military), literary fiction and pop culture (music, film, etc.).: Email or snail mail. Query letter, include for non-fiction, paragraph about yourself, synopsis, your expertise, previous publishing history, contact info. Fiction: commercial fiction, including thrillers, mysteries, children's, romance, ethnic, and science fiction. For fiction: paragraph about yourself, synopsis, previous publishing history, contact info. Nonfiction: business, management, human resources, and labor law, career issues, personal finance, and self-help, parenting, nature/environment, history, especially U. Civil War, religion/spirituality , sports and recreation, current events/public affairs with a business books, general trade and reference books, business books; especially those targeted at small/medium sized enterprises, inspiring human interest stories, biographies and fiction or non-fiction which expresses a Judeo-Christian worldview. Explain how your experience relates to your project. Information to complete form includes: contact information, type of project, description of book, what is unique about your proposed book? Describe special features, list three or four comparable books and describe how yours is different and better. : Writers House, A Literary Agency, Albert Zuckerman, Amy Berkower, Susan Cohen, Susan Ginsburg, Merrilee Heifetz, Simon Lipskar, Steven Malk, Jodi Reamer, Esq., Michele Rubin, Robin Rue, Daniel Lazar, Rebecca Sherman, Maya Rock, Emily Saladino. Literary and commercial fiction, women's fiction, science fiction/fantasy, narrative non-fiction, history, memoirs, biographies, books on psychology, science, parenting, cookbooks, how-to, self-help, business, finance, young adult and juvenile fiction/non-fiction and picture books. Fiction, stories creating new worlds or recreating the worlds he knows, graphic novels. Non-fiction: memoirs, narrative non-fiction (serious or irreverent), pop-culture, small gifty books and memoirs. middle grade and young adult novelists, especially books with something to say, that bring a laugh, and characters shwoing how confounding and wonderful adolescence can be. Fiction and non-fiction with a sharp concept, strong voice, and, of course, great, transportive writing. Also picture books, children's market, pop-culture. European or international leanings, particularly Italian, British, and Cuban. Also, non-fiction: food, fashion, race/ ethnicity, journalistic and narrative, photography, memoirs, music, travel, sports, popular and cultural histories, biography. query: no more than two pages, including synopsis, your credentials, and an explanation of what makes your book unique and special. Do not query two of their agents at the same time with the same project. Romance of all types (particularly, armchair travel romances with exotic settings, romantic comedies, historical romances, erotica) gay/lesbian genre fiction, young adult (mysteries, contemporary--timely, topical, edgy), science fiction, fantasy, and middle-grade (science fiction, fantasy, mysteries, pirate themes). Picture books by celebrities or established authors. I generally did not include agencies who made the declaration they are not receiving manuscripts at this time. I regret that, mostly because that policy could change and it will be difficult to identify them to add them back to the list. I dropped a couple of agencies where I couldn't find the essential information on their website. Typically this would be a big law firm that handles intellectual property rights and represents authors as literary agents. Other than a brief declaration that they represent authors, I could not find submission procedures, who to send documents to, or what sorts of manuscripts they were seeking. You will note several agencies did not include names of their proprietors. If they were missing more than two of the essentials, I dropped them from the list. These agencies included phrases such as "getting over the stigma of self-publishing." ... Custom research proposal writers for hire, type my physics. esl university essay ghostwriting site for school research paper ghostwriters websites uk
Hotel Belvedere w Zakopanem – DORSMATIK Abbreviations, acronyms, initialisms, shorteners, contractions, chat shorthand Academia and copyright Academic freedom Academic writing and publishing Accents, symbols, scripts, diacritical marks (how to code for) Accuracy, honesty, and truth in narrative journalism Acquiring, swapping, recycling, or selling books (buying and selling books online) Acronyms and initialisms Active sitting Adding images, sound, story, humor, animation (plus multimedia storytelling , illustrations, data visualizing) Adding metadata to photos (Mc Nees site) Adjectives, the expected order of Agents and book proposals Agent, Changing role of the literary Agents, how to find and land them Agents, how to protect yourself against the bad ones Amazon, Google, and other dominating forces on the internet Animal search sites Animal-focused writers organizations Anonymous sources Anti-SLAPP law Apostrophes Archival materials, Reliable suppliers of (Mc Nees site) Archiving and preservation resources (Mc Nees site) Archiving, conservation, and preservation of valued objects, documents (Mc Nees site) Apostrophes, commas, and other punctuation trouble spots Archiving digital media Art and craft of memoir and biography (a booklist) Artists with disabilities, Organizations that assist Art of editing Art of the pitch Arts and poetry organizations Audio editing software and instructions Audio narratives, including digital and radio storytelling Audio recording and editing equipment, software, & tutorials (Mc Nees site) Audio tools, technology, and tutorials Author-agent agreements (contracts) Author interviews, book readings, glimpses into the literary world (podcasts and downloads for book worms and writers) Author profiles and interviews (a few interesting examples) Author interviews (venues for) Author's alterations and document version control Authors' rights and publishers' rights grabs Authors' wills, trusts, and estates Author websites, attractive, well-designed (far left) Autobiography, difference from memoir Autobiography, memoirs, and memoir writing Awards, contests, grants, and fellowships for writers and journalists Awards and contests, for poetry Banned books, censorship, and freedom of expression Banned books, Lists of The beneficial effects of life story and legacy activities (site) Best films and movies (various lists) Best radio and TV talk shows (on which books, authors, films, and ideas are discussed) Best TV and cable series (addictive) Best TV and cable shows (various lists) Bestsellers, All about (tips, facts, stories) Biography, The art, craft, and politics of Biography and memoir, the art and craft of Blogging, digital journalism, and the law Blogging tips and resources Blog posts on Writers and Editors website (index within an index! ) Blog roll Blogs and news roundups for writers and editors Blogs about the book business (agents, editors, and publishing experts) Blogs, columns, news for medical, health, and science writers Book club favorites Book collaboration and ghostwriting (organizations, credits, collaboration agreements, medical ghostwriting, and FAQs) Book design and production (including fonts and typography) Book covers: Great covers sells books, but what makes for a great cover? 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Critics and book reviewers, Resources for Critique groups and writing workshops Critiquing groups (and critiquing) for fiction Colons Crowdfunding and other forms of financing (The Writing Life) Crowdfunding sites Cruise lecturing Dashes, em dashes, ellipses, colons, slashes, and commas Defamation, libel, and slander Design, Books on (especially book design) Diction Dictionaries and dictionary-style references, online, both general and specialized The difference between a preface, foreword, and introduction The differences between mysteries, suspense novels, and thrillers Digital rights management (DRM) Diversity style and media guides (unbiased usage as to ability/disability, age, appearance, color, ethnicity/nationality, gender/sexuality, health, and bias) Documentaries (resources on) Earthquake, volcano, and weather watch sites e Book Basics (how to and beyond) Ebook devices and platforms (publishing services) e Book formats, formatting. and style guides e Book publishing Ebook subscription services Editing academic authors Editing and proofreading, Online tutorials and cheat sheets Editing and proofreading, Where to find work Editing and revising fiction Editing, Business of Editing checklists Editing, contracts for Editing, design, and production (overview of the process) Editing, errors and error rates in Editing, Kinds and levels of Editing and proofreading marks Editing Wikipedia Editing yourself and others Editors and proofreaders, Tips and tools for Editors and publishing professionals (resources and organizations for) Editors, Kinds of, and levels of editing Editors, organizations and resources for what various publishing professionals (editors, copyeditors, proofreaders, indexers, and designers) do, where to find work, and what to charge Editors: Tact and Tone: Editing that Makes Authors Want to Cooperate (Pat Mc Nees) Email hoaxes, urban legends, and scams Electronic health records, medical privacy laws, and patient rights Ellipses and em dashes Entertainment industry news Equipment, software, and other tools and tutorials for creating multimedia Errors and error rates in editing Essays, personal Essential parts of a book (in their proper order) Ethical issues in medical publishing (apropos medical ghostwriting) Ethics, libel, and freedom of the press (plus rights of privacy, publicity, plagiarism, censorship, and related issues) Eulogies and video tributes Exclamation points Evidence-based medicine Fact-checking sites Fact-finding and news sources Fair use: a primer Fair use court cases Fair use guidelines and codes of best practices Fake news and media literacy Fake news, how to spot and identify Family history materials, Organizing and preserving (Pat Mc Nees site) Family trees, resources for charting (Mc Nees site) Fiction writers, Paris Review interviews with Fiction writing and editing (sites, advice, organizations, and other resources) File extensions, listed and explained Film awards, festivals, competitions Films and movies, lists of best Films, plays, and documentaries (and resources for screenwriters, playwrights, documentary filmmakers, critics, fans) Finding background music and sound effects for video biographies, podcasts, presentations, blogs, etc. (Mc Nees site) Finding photographs and other images (Mc Nees site) Finding real-people sources, journalists, bloggers, etc. Finding vintage music from a particular year or place (Mc Nees site) Finding the right word First Amendment rights, organizations fighting for Fonts and typography Food and beverage writing Footnotes and endnotes (in In Design) Foreword, preface, introduction (what's the difference? ) Free digital libraries (books and references are available free online) Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Freedom of the press Freedom of the press vs. escalating press office censorship in federal government Free speech and freedom of expression Free internet, The meaning of Freelancing, contracting, telecommuting (thriving as a creative entrepreneur) Frequently asked questions about personal histories and personal historians Front matter, order of Fundraising (getting funded) Funding resources (grant funding) Funding resources (crowdfunding) Genealogy and family histories (Mc Nees site) Genealogy gateway sites (Mc Nees site) Geography, map, and travel sites Getting published (starting out) Ghostwriters: how much and how they charge Ghostwriting and collaboration (books) Ghostwriting (fiction) Ghostwriting (medical) Ghostwriting (medical) and ethical issues in medical publishing Ghostwriting books, The art and economics of Gmail, Tips for using Goodreads: Using it to market your book Google book settlement Government communications communicators, Best practices for Government agencies, Problems covering Government work Grammar and style (websites, blogs, articles, quizzes, and exercises) Grants and fellowships for writers Grant funding and grant proposal writing and editing Great and unusual online shopping (Mc Nees site) Great books for book clubs (and recommended reading) Great search links A Hairstyle of My Own (wry video) Health and disability insurance Health insurance, freelancers, and the Affordable Care Act Hierarchy of evidence pyramid (in covering medical research) HIPAA, electronic health records, medical privacy laws, and patient rights Historic newspapers, online (Mc Nees site) History sites Holocaust, Resources on (Mc Nees site) Home office and other tax deductions for freelancers, entrepreneurs How and where to get book reviews and publicity How much to charge (ranges for various types of service or product)' How to find and choose the right literary agent How to pitch a magazine story How to write a book proposal How to write your own (or someone else's) life story (books about) Hyphens, hyphenating compounds, and other common hyphen-usage problems Images, Finding (Mc Nees site) Image search and reverse images search sites Income tax for entrepreneurs and freelancers In Design book design software, Mastering Index for site Index for Pat Mc Nees's website Index for Writers and Editors website Instant streaming options (Amazon Plus, Netflix, Hulu Plus, Brit Box, Acorn, etc. ) Insurance, Health and disability Insurance, health, and the Affordable Care Act Insurance, Liability and property Insurance, Media perils and liability Intellectual property issues Intelligent radio and TV talk shows Interviewing, Artful journalistic Interviewing, The art and craft (Pat Mc Nees site) Interviewing (Capturing family voices, Pat Mc Nees site) Interview questions and guides (Pat Mc Nees site, What to ask in a life story or oral history interview) Interviews, venues for Interviews with authors Interviews with fiction writers, Paris Review (a marvelous collection) Interviews with or about fiction writers Investigative reporting, resources for (including watchdog groups) "Iowa Writers' Workshop vs. NYC ISBNs, World Cat, CIP, LCCN, and PCNs Is it still a great time to become a personal historian? Job banks Journalism and journalist resources Journalists, Where they get their medical news Kindle/KDP, Create-Space, Ingram Spark, Lulu, etc., compared Kinds of editors and levels of edit Law, politics, and military history search sites ISBNs, World Cat, CIP, LCCN, and PCNs"target="_blank"LCCN, CIP, and PCNs, Liability and property insurance Liability and media perils insurance Library sites and portals Life story business and market Life story writing, Books about Life story writing, The craft of Literary magazines and journals Local and regional writers organizations Location independence Longform journalism Macro tools and editing software for editors and proofreaders Macros etc. for references, citations, footnotes and endnotes Map, geography, and travel search sites Major writers organizations (see also Organization for specific types of writers) Marketing, publicity, and promotion Marketing your editing and proofreading services Mastering multimedia (writing, reporting, speaking, software, equipment, tools, and tutorials) Math and statistics for writers and journalists Media perils and liability insurance 101 Media pros and other allied professionals (organizations and resources for translators, indexers, designers, photographers, artists, illustrators, animators, cartoonists, image professionals, composers) Medical writing Medical and scientific images and illustrations (a partial list of sources) Medical ghostwriting and ethical issues in medical publishing Medical news, Where journalists get Memoir and biography, the art and craft of, books about Memoir- and life-story-related sites and articles Memoir, biography, and corporate and organizational storytelling resources on various forms of life story writing Memoirs (recommended reading lists, by theme) Memoirs, coming of age (recommended reading list) Memoirs and personal accounts of vocation, avocation, occupation, profession, "calling" (in other words, work) Memoirs, healing, and self-understanding (a reading list) Memoirs of regular people (and lives lived outside the limelight) Memoirs of friendship, family, and other relationships Memoirs, graphic Memories and biographies, food-related Memoirs of illness, crisis, disability, differentness, and survival (organized by category) Memoirs of, and other books about, caregiving Memoirs of war and conflict: A reading list Memoir writing as discovery (a reading list) Memoirs, Writing your (Mc Nees site Memories, How reliable are they and how close to the truth? Memory prompts for writing your life story Memory, The nature and malleability of (and storytelling) MFA literary fiction vs. NYC Microsoft Word macros and shortcuts Military records, history, and archives (Mc Nees site) Monopoly, manipulation, copyright violation, clickbait, and other issues with the Internet giants Movie mistakes, plot holes, goofs in continuity Movies, film, documentaries Multimedia journalism and storytelling Multimedia journalism and storytelling, Good examples of Multimedia, Mastering Mysteries -- Recommended Reading sites Mysteries, suspense, thrillers, and crime novels, including the difference between them Narrative nonfiction (books on the craft, including useful anthologies) Narrative nonfiction (creative nonfiction, longform journalism) Narrative nonfiction (classic examples in book form) Narrative nonfiction (examples online, short-form) Narrative nonfiction (publications and sites) Narrative nonfiction (resources) Narrative structure in science and medical writing Net neutrality Newspapers and other news sources, online Newspapers, Online archives of historic newspapers (Mc Nees site) Nonfiction (including essays, academic writing, and food writing) Novels and novelists (and shorter fiction) Open access, copyright, and revolution in academia Open access journal publishers, including Predatory OA publishers Online games to engage the brain (including learning games for people with cognitive deficits) Oral history as social history (Mc Nees site) Oral history, Books about doing (Mc Nees site) Oral history collections online (Mc Nees site) Oral history interviews, Transcribing (Mc Nees site) Oral history, online guides to doing (Mc Nees site) Oral history, Stories about (Mc Nees site) Order of adjectives, the proper Order of front and back matter in a book (Mc Nees site) Organizations and sites for biographers, memoirists, personal historians, and other life story writers Organizations fighting for First Amendment rights and Four Freedoms Organizations focused on intellectual property rights and issues Organizations for corporate, government, and technical communicators Organizations for editors, proofreaders, and indexers Organizations for fiction writers and fans Organizations for freelancers Organizations for ghostwriters and collaborators Organizations for journalists Organizations for media pros and allied professionals (translators, indexers, designers, photographers, artists, illustrators, animators, cartoonists, image professionals, composers) Organizations for medical and science writers Organizations for oral historians (Mc Nees site) Organizations for publishers, publishing professionals, and booksellers Organizations for screenwriters, playwrights, documentary filmmakers, and critics Organizations for sports journalists and editors Organizations for translators and interpreters Organizations for travel writers Organizations, local and regional, for writers and editors Organizations, major (fighting for creators' rights, interests, and ethical behavior) Organizations that help artists with disabilities Organizing and preserving family history materials (Mc Nees site) Orphan works legislation Outdoor writers organizations Paris Review interviews with fiction writers Paris Review interviews with poets Parts of the book, Order of Piracy Plagiarism Permissions, clearing Personal and family histories and legacy memoirs Personal historian, how to become a Personal historian, Is it still a great time to become a? Personal histories and life story writing Personal storytelling venues Phone interviews, recording Photographers' rights Photos, Organizing Photos, Scanning and repairing Pitching a book to an agent (query letters) Pitching a magazine or newspaper story Pitch, the art of the Plagiarism, recycling, patchwriting, and sloppy research Plays and playwrights (Films, plays, and documentaries) Podcasts and podcasting Poetry and arts organizations Poetry and verse (plus publications, organizations, and contests) Poetry awards and contests Poetry contests (legitimate vs. scams) Poetry, how to submit Point of view in fiction Predatory open access journal publishers Preface, foreword, and introduction (what's the difference? ) Preserving family and national treasures (Pat Mc Nees site) Pricing strategies for creative professionals Printers and printing Print-on-demand (POD) publishing (digital publishing) Print-on-demand and self-publishing Prior restraint (government censorship) Prison writing Privacy, online privacy, and invasion of privacy Problems covering government agencies Procrastination, writer's block, creativity, and time and effort management Product identifiers, explained (ISBN, World Cat, CIP, LCCN, and PCN) Pronunciation guides and dictionaries Public information offices (PIOs), improving relationships with science and medical journalists Publishing (books and ebooks) Publishing (self-publishing and print on demand, or POD) Publishing and bookseller organizations and resources Publishing marketplaces Publishing news, resources, and organizations Punctuating poetry Punctuation and punctuation problems Punctuation, generally Query letters (pitches) to land an agent or book publisher Query letters (pitches) for magazines and newspapers Quotation marks and italics Radio programs and podcasts (especially from public radio) Radio, Tutorials for Recommended for book clubs Recording phone interviews Rejection Release forms Religion research sites Research reports, How not to misread or misreport Resources for bloggers Resources for producing ezines Reversion of rights to author vs. Rights in perpetuity to publisher Right of publicity (personality rights) Rights and permissions (clearing rights in visual arts, in music and sound, and in books, scripts, and screenplay) Rights: Authors' rights (and publishers' rights grabs) Rights and contracts for academic authors Rules of writing Sample contracts and agreements for services Sarah Wernick's FAQs on collaboration Scams, bad deals, and other ways to lose money (vanity/subsidy publishing, subsidy presses, and author mills) Scanning and repairing photos Scanning, archiving, and indexing magazines, journals, and newspapers Scanning, digitizing, and editing for video and multimedia, guides to Scanning photos, documents, and other images (Mc Nees site) Scanning photos: what resolution is best? Join Toastmasters (Mc Nees site) Science and medical writing Screenwriters Search links Self-published authors, News, reviews, and promotion for Self-publishing (indie publishing) Self-publishing ebooks (ins and outs, pros and cons, how to's) Self-Publishing 101: basics of self-publishing Self-publishing and print on demand (POD) Self-publishing children's books Self-publishing resources Self-publishing success stories Self-publishing vs. traditional publishing (pros and cons of self-publishing) Semicolons Setups and payoffs, in fiction Sharing workspaces Shield laws Short story renaissance Show, don't tell Sites, advice, and resources for fiction writers SLAPP laws (meritless lawsuits brought to censor critics) Slashes Social media (Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, social networking) Social and population statistics sites Social networks for book readers So, you want to write a book! Word software tips, shortcuts, macros, tutorials Words (right and wrong, confusables, word pairs, and error spots in diction) Word software, Tips, tricks, shortcuts and "macros" for working with Word vs. (Sarah Wernick, updated by Pat Mc Nees) Specialty (niche) writing , from children's books to sportswriting Sports journalists and editors organizations Standing and adjustable-height desks and walkstations Starting a small business (Mc Nees site) Starting Out (getting published) Stories told aloud to a live audience, Venues for Story structure (narrative arc) and storytelling Style and media guides on diversity (re ability/disability, age, appearance, color, ethnicity/nationality, gender/sexuality, health, and bias) Style, grammar, and diction (editing yourself and others) Style guides, basic Style guides, online Style guides and dictionaries, discipline- and situation-specific (print and online) Style and grammar books Subject specialties (animals, autos, bowling, children's books, food, gardens, family history, jazz, rsums, sports, travel, website, wine writing, etc.) Sunshine laws Talk shows, radio and TV (the best shows for authors, readers, thinkers) Taping phone calls Technical writing and editing (technical communications) Telling your story (Pat Mc Nees site, links to many pieces) Textbook and academic authors Time and calendar converters, perpetual calendars, world clocks Timelines of censorship history Timelines, archives, genealogical and other historical resources (Mc Nees site) Tips and tools for editors and proofreaders Tips on tact and tone (Pat Mc Nees) Title, Developing a 'selling' Tools for writers and editors Training in editing, proofreading, publishing Translators and interpreters, associations for Translators and interpreters, for and about Transparency, Government, and sunshine laws Transcribing oral history interviews (Mc Nees site) Travel search sites Travel writing Tributes (multimedia) (Mc Nees site) The truth about print-on-demand (POD) publishing True stories and storytelling, Online venues for Trump, the press, and the truth Truth, accuracy, accountability, and public trust Tutorials and tools for creating multimedia Tutorials and tools for video production Tutorials for audio editing Tutorials for computer novices, HTML and other techie stuff Tutorials for radio Umlaut and diaeresis Urban legends, Where to check out Venues for author interviews, webcasts Venues for storytelling Veterans writing groups and projects Video production and editing Voice, in fiction Voice in memoir Voice, persona, and point of view in memoir Weather search sites Volcano and earthquake watch sites Washington Biography Group (WBG) (Mc Nees site) Weather search sites Well-designed authors' websites (scroll left column) What book doctors and consulting editors do What editors, copyeditors, and proofreaders do (kinds of edits and levels of edit) What is the difference between a memoir and an autobiography (or memoirs) (Pat Mc Nees) What is the difference between a preface, a foreword, and an introduction? Why and how you should get your self-published book edited Why's this so good? In Design for designing books Work for hire (aka Works made for hire) Work for hire agreements ISBNs, World Cat, CIP, LCCN, and PCNs"target="_blank"World Cat Writers colonies (aka residencies, communities, retreats) Writers conferences, workshops, and other learning places Writers' offices Writers organizations. Writers sharing workspaces (working alone, together) The writing life Writing niches (including animals, autos, bowling, children's books, food, gardens, family history, jazz, rsums, sports, travel, website, and wine writing) Writing white papers Writing your memoirs As a writer-editor I am often asked for advice about how to make a living as a writer or editor (or both) and how to find a good writer, editor, or proofreader. Where to find editorial work Whistleblower protection Who owns an interview? I launched this website to provide frank information both for people who want to know the basics and for those who want to dig deeper in a particular field. Those looking for a writer or editor might start with the job banks or specialized organizations for writers and editors (which often have directories or job banks). You will find links to websites and organizations useful for writers and editors, both general and specialized, with an emphasis on North America. The range of specialty organizations is astonishing. For now, think of this as a useful reference library that probably needs a makeover. -- Pat Mc Nees These links answer many frequently asked questions, such as "Can one make a living as a writer? You'll have better luck as a novelist, but fiction is very much a crap shoot. With nonfiction, you're more likely to be able to make a living, and if you choose a field like technical writing, business writing, or speechwriting, and you're good at it, have expertise in fields with few experts, have credentials and a good track record, and live in an area where there's high demand for writing, you can make a very good living.) If what you want is to be rich, your odds are better if you choose another field. But if writing comes at all easy to you, and you develop marketable skills, it's a very interesting way to spend a life. As is probably true in any line of work, the most satisfying jobs are not always the ones that pay well, and it's very hard to predict what will satisfy and what will pay well! Once when I was giving a talk to a writer's group about writing and editing in the Washington DC area, I said that "the more boring the work, the more you can charge," which is generally true. (Note that food and travel writing tend to pay little and technical writing tends to pay more, for example.) But as a result of that talk, I got one of the least boring, most interesting, most lucrative projects of my career. As any writer will tell you, sometimes we take on projects just because we love them, and know the psychic satisfaction will be high. Stay eager." ~ Susan Sontag, from a lecture about writing at Vassar College Prompt payment for freelancers (contractors, suppliers), with discount! will pay you promptly, if you pay them for the service. Sometimes we take on work because we like who we will be working with or for. And NBC Universal has a different version of the payday loan scam for freelancers. "Square Trade analyzed failure rates for over 30,000 new laptop computers covered by Square Trade Laptop Warranty plans and found that one-third of all laptops will fail within 3 years. Occasionally everything comes together and we get paid well for work that is satisfying, for publishers or clients who are a dream to work with, writing for an audience we really care about. May all your editors know what they are doing and do it respectfully, may all your writers turn in compelling and clean copy, and may we all play well in the sandbox! Square Trade also found that netbooks are 20% more unreliable than other laptops, and that Asus and Toshiba are the most reliable laptop brands." Go to Square Trade site to download PDF file."Revolutions create a curious inversion of perception. I have also included links and tips for just plain readers, news junkies, and other enthusiasts. 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