What is a short story, personal essay, memoir, commentary, mixed genre piece, and do you know the difference between them? Learn how to identify the right genre of your short prose in order to get published.
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Poetry Turnoffs: Styles And Formatting That Make Editors Cringe
Types of poems that editors do not publish, including rhyme, centered, double-spaced, and more. Learn the poetry formats that will get you published in literary journals.
Basic Vocabulary And Terms For The Publishing Industry
Publishing industry vocabulary, definitions: advance, backlist, editor, exclusive, galleys, literary agent, media rate, multiple submissions, previously published, slush pile, SASE, simultaneous submissions, unsolicited submissions.
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