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Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market 2017: The Most Trusted Guide to Getting Published

Chuck Sambuchino
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The most trusted guide to the world of children's publishing!
If you write or illustrate for young readers with the hope of getting published, Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market 2017 is the trusted resource you need. Now in its 29th edition, CWIM is the definitive publishing guide for anyone who seeks to write or illustrate for kids and young adults. Inside you'll find more than 500 listings for children's books markets (publishers, literary agents, magazines, contests, and more), including a point of contact, how to properly submit your work, and what categories each market accepts. CWIM also features:

  • Interviews with accomplished authors and illustrators, such as Victoria Aveyard (Red Queen), Rainbow Rowell (Eleanor & Park), Judy Schachner (the Skippyjon Jones series), and more.
  • Valuable advice from debut authors and illustrators who explain their personal paths to success and publication.
  • Informative articles on how to be your own agent, craft a great query letter, avoid picture book pitfalls, discover new online publishing opportunities, and much more.
  • A one-year subscription to the children's publishing content on WritersMarket.com
  • Includes exclusive access to the new webinar "Breaking Into Kidlit: Tips for Writing Picture Books, Middle-Grade, and Young Adult" by agent Susan Hawk of The Bent Agency.

    Year:
    2016
    Publisher:
    Penguin Publishing Group
    Language:
    english
    ISBN 10:
    1440347778
    ISBN 13:
    9781440347771
    Series:
    Market
    File:
    EPUB, 2.39 MB
    IPFS:
    CID , CID Blake2b
    english, 2016
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