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A Teen's Guide to Getting Published: Publishing for Profit, Recognition…

by Jessica Dunn

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For Hubert Berg--A man loved by so many, especially those privileged to call him Grandpa.
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Dear Jessica and Danielle, ... (Prologue)
Because it's only the most rewarding hobby in the world, with prestige and accomplishment written all over it! (Introduction: Why Publish?)
We all know that writing comes in many different forms: stories, essays, research papers, poetry, news writing--heck, even textbooks. (Chapter 1)
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A Teen's Guide to Getting Published is an exciting must-read for young writers wanting to see their work published. This revised edition, written by two successful former teen authors, offers practical writing tips and an expansive, up-to-date listing of print and online markets that publish student work. A Teen's Guide provides concrete advice, encouragement, and motivation to young authors looking to make their mark as writers.Topics addressed in the book include: the writing craft, freelance publishing, rights and copyright information, publishing pitfalls, writing camps and workshops, and staff writing and book publishing.
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Offers practical writing tips and a listing of print and online markets that publish student work.

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