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Creative Writing by Casey Clabough

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CHAPTER23

Finding Agents and Publishers

In This Chapter

  • Planning, planning, planning
  • Writing good query letters
  • Writing a winning synopsis
  • Getting turned down and hanging in there

When you’ve finalized a piece of creative writing, your next step is figuring out how you can share your work with others. If you want to project it beyond your immediate circle of friends and family, you’ll want to publish it. To do so, you need to know whether you need an agent or can submit your material to publishers directly and also how you can most efficiently and cost-effectively go about this.

The first consideration in manuscript submission is whether or ...

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