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This market directory contains, as you would expect, a large number of listings of publishers, as well as many other categories of information such as broadcasters, specialist libraries, and organisations, including the Historical Novel Society. There are also several articles offering information on writing both as an art and as a business.

Concentrating on the sections that would be of particular interest to historical novelists, the listing of UK and foreign publishers is very comprehensive. Unfortunately, unlike its competitors, this directory does not include an index of fiction publishers by category, so there is no quick way to find publishers with an interest in historical novels. The list of literary agencies is equally comprehensive. I’m pleased to see that most of the vanity publishers that appeared in previous editions have been purged, but a couple are still there. It is a good idea to do an Internet search on the name of any publisher with which you’re not familiar.

Last week I received my 2010 edition of Writer’s Market. I have read, re-read, flagged, marked, highlighted, and dog-earred so many pages that the books really appears a good deal older than a week.

This edition is available through your local bookstores as well as Amazon. At Amazon the price is $19.79 and if you are a prime member, you can get it in two days, free shipping.

I will say that I did go ahead and subscribe to the online edition of Writer’s Market as well. Writer’s Market is great to offer a free trial for those that want to be sure before you take the full subscription route. But once I tried it, I knew that the organizational features of Writer’s Market online was great for me.

You can, if you wish, select a specific area of the website to search by
using the drop-down menu next to the search box. You can also
narrow down your search after viewing the results.

This market directory contains, as you would expect, a large number of listings of publishers, as well as many other categories of information such as broadcasters, specialist libraries, and organisations, including the Historical Novel Society. There are also several articles offering information on writing both as an art and as a business.

Concentrating on the sections that would be of particular interest to historical novelists, the listing of UK and foreign publishers is very comprehensive. Unfortunately, unlike its competitors, this directory does not include an index of fiction publishers by category, so there is no quick way to find publishers with an interest in historical novels. The list of literary agencies is equally comprehensive. I’m pleased to see that most of the vanity publishers that appeared in previous editions have been purged, but a couple are still there. It is a good idea to do an Internet search on the name of any publisher with which you’re not familiar.

Last week I received my 2010 edition of Writer’s Market. I have read, re-read, flagged, marked, highlighted, and dog-earred so many pages that the books really appears a good deal older than a week.

This edition is available through your local bookstores as well as Amazon. At Amazon the price is $19.79 and if you are a prime member, you can get it in two days, free shipping.

I will say that I did go ahead and subscribe to the online edition of Writer’s Market as well. Writer’s Market is great to offer a free trial for those that want to be sure before you take the full subscription route. But once I tried it, I knew that the organizational features of Writer’s Market online was great for me.

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You can, if you wish, select a specific area of the website to search by
using the drop-down menu next to the search box. You can also
narrow down your search after viewing the results.

This market directory contains, as you would expect, a large number of listings of publishers, as well as many other categories of information such as broadcasters, specialist libraries, and organisations, including the Historical Novel Society. There are also several articles offering information on writing both as an art and as a business.

Concentrating on the sections that would be of particular interest to historical novelists, the listing of UK and foreign publishers is very comprehensive. Unfortunately, unlike its competitors, this directory does not include an index of fiction publishers by category, so there is no quick way to find publishers with an interest in historical novels. The list of literary agencies is equally comprehensive. I’m pleased to see that most of the vanity publishers that appeared in previous editions have been purged, but a couple are still there. It is a good idea to do an Internet search on the name of any publisher with which you’re not familiar.


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