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The ASJA Guide to Freelance WritingThe ASJA Guide to Freelance Writing
Edited by Timothy Harper
Published by St. Martin's Griffin
306 pp

One word describes this book: Excellent!
Written by select members of ASJA (American Society of Journalists and Authors) this book contains a wealth of information for beginning and intermediate writers. If you're looking for "fluff" you won't find it in this book. What you will find is a lot of  solid, factual information from the pros. The ASJA Guide to Freelance Writing is a book every beginning and intermediate writer should own and READ!

Buy the book for only $11.17!

Table of Contents:

Foreword by Samuel G. Freedman
Acknowledgements
About This Book by Timothy Harper

Chapter 1: Freelance Writing Today--and Tomorrow
by Jim Morrison
Chapter 2: Planning a Writing Business
by Erik Sherman
Chapter 3: The Writer's Office and Tools
by Samuel Greengard
Chapter 4: The Mystery of Ideas
by Jack El-Hai
Chapter 5: Seven Secrets of a Successful Magazine Query
by Lisa Collier Cool
Chapter 6: How to Sell a Book
by Sherry Suib Cohen
Chapter 7: Writing for the Web
by Lisa Iannucci
Chapter 8: Why Literary Agents Need You More Than Ever--And How to Get the Agent You Need
by Michael Larsen, AAR
Chapter 9: Research: Finding the Right Stuff
by Minda Zetlin and Steve Weinberg
Chapter 10: How to Find Experts
by Estelle Sobell
Chapter 11: Writer-Editor Relations
by Megan McMorris
Chapter 12: Collaborations: The Pleasures and Perils of Shared Bylines
by Sarah Wernick
Chapter 13: The Serendipity of Specialization
by Claire Walter
Chapter 14: Self Publishing: Alternatives for Getting Books into Print
by Marilyn and Tom Ross
Chapter 15: Networking
by Sandra E. Lamb
Chapter 16: This Pen for Hire: Leveraging Your Skills
by Anita Bartholomew
Chapter 17: Op-Eds and Essays: Leveraging Your Knowledge
by Larry Atkins
Chapter 18: Reprints, Re-Slants, and Other Ways to Resell Your Work
by Kelly James-Enger
Chapter 19: Making Pictures
by Barbara DeMarco-Barrett
Chapter 20: Employing a Writing Assistant
by Lester A. Picker
Chapter 21: Contracts: Protecting Your Writers' Rights
by Richard A. Marini
Chapter 22: Creating Brand You: Promoting Yourself and Your Work
by Jennifer Pirtle
Chapter 23: Writers and the Law
by Sallie Randolph and Timothy Perrin
Chapter 24: Taxes and Deductions
by Julian Block
Chapter 25: Forays and Fiction
by Kathryn Lance
Chapter 26: Moving to Full-Time Freelancing: It's Not a Leap
by Robert Bittner

Appendix: Tips from the Pros
Index

The ASJA Guide to Freelance Writing

 

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