The Magazine Writer's Handbook by Franklynn PetersonThe Magazine Writer's Handbook by Franklynn Peterson

The Magazine Writer's Handbook

byFranklynn Peterson, Judi Kesselman-turkel

Paperback | February 14, 2006

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An expanded and updated revision of the already comprehensive first edition, The Magazine Writer’sHandbook offers insightful strategies addressing virtually every aspect of writing a magazine article for publication. Designed to be useful for both experienced magazine writers and those seeking to break into the magazine-writing industry, this handbook provides an exhaustive step-by-step approach taking the reader through every stage of the publication process. From targeting the right publication to constructing a professional article, and from dealing with legal considerations to working with editors, the revised edition of The Magazine Writer’s Handbook will be an indispensable addition to any writer’s desk. Extensively published in popular trade magazines, the authors dispense their knowledge in this handbook to help writers of all levels see their work published.

Franklynn Peterson and Judi Kesselman-Turkel currently publish the newsletter CPA Computer Report. They have written many hundreds of articles for publications such as Family Circle, Popular Mechanics, Fortune, Parade, and Redbook, for which they have won a number of national journalism awards, and their published books include the Stu...
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Title:The Magazine Writer's HandbookFormat:PaperbackDimensions:280 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.6 inPublished:February 14, 2006Publisher:University of Wisconsin PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:029921494X

ISBN - 13:9780299214944

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“A well-written guide for writers at all levels. My students rarely sell this book because it is a sample of its subject. A magazine is a storehouse of useful, enduring information—so is this book.”—Caroline Dow, Indiana University School of Journalism.