Posted by: Kathy Temean | July 26, 2011

WRITER’S MARKET Call For Submissions

WRITER’S DIGEST’S WRITER’S MARKET & POET’S MARKET

The 2012 Writer’s Market is now in bookstores, which means it is time for the publication to focus on the 2013 Writer’s Market. They’re always updating and adding new listings, but Robert Lee Brewer from FW Media needs pitches for articles on the business of writing. If you have access to a truly great writer interview, then yes, pitch me on that, but mostly he’s looking for articles on the nuts and bolts of freelancing. For instance, he’s interested in negotiating contracts, handling taxes, and making pitches that never (or almost never) fail.

He won’t be making any assignments until after the submission deadline of August 31, 2011. So, give it some thought and then give it a shot.

No attachments please. Just send your pitch and a little information about yourself (that explains why you’re the person to write the article).

Submit pitches to robert.brewer@fwmedia.com with the subject line: Pitch for 2013 Writer’s Market.

If you’re pitching for Writer’s Market, please use the subject line:
Pitch for 2013 Writer’s Market.

If you’re pitching for Poet’s Market, please use the subject line: Pitch for 2013 Poet’s Market.

For Writer’s Market, we’re looking for business- and submission-related pieces. If you’re in doubt about your topic, go ahead and pitch.

For Poet’s Market, accepting pitches for articles that cover craft and business topics. Also interested in anything that helps poets get their work out to a larger readership.

Talk tomorrow,

Kathy


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