Monday, April 25, 2011

Utilizing Resources

For the A to Z Challenge, I’m posting promo and other tips for writers. Today it’s utilizing resources.

There’s thousands of resources (probably millions) for writers and authors, so let me focus on one big one - the Literary Marketplace.

What is it? From the Literary Marketplace website:

Featuring listings on more than 30,000 companies, books, periodicals, awards, courses, or events (to name just a few categories), no matter what -- or who-- you are looking for in the book trade, chances are you'll find it in literarymarketplace.com. A small sampling of the listings includes:
Publishers
Literary Agents
Distributors & Sales Representatives
Wholesalers
Book Producers
Exporters & Importers
Manufacturers & Printers
Translators & Interpreters
Paper Suppliers
Remainder Dealers
Reference Books & Magazines
Literary Association, Societies & Awards
(and International listings as well.)

Three ways to access:
Your local library - be sure they have a current edition
Purchase the 2-volume set for $329.00 - new editions available every year
Subscribe to the website for $399.00 - updated on a continuous basis

Have you ever utilized this amazing resource?

11 comments:

Beth Blair said...

Thanks, Diane. Literary Marketplace is a new resource to me!

Elizabeth Spann Craig/Riley Adams said...

Great tip, Diane!

notesfromnadir said...

Wow, for $329 it should have all that! The website is a better option as it's updated more frequently.

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Great tips Thank you,

Yvonne,

Holly Ruggiero said...

It's not one I've heard of. I think I check out my library. That is a more feasible option.;)

L. Diane Wolfe said...

It has EVERYTHING! If you use the one at your local library, just be sure it's a current edition. The 2003 version just won't cut it.

Jess said...

Thanks for the tip!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Never heard of it!

Karen Lange said...

I'm thinking that I will be utilizing this great resource. :) Thanks so much for the info!

Lynn said...

Great tip Diane! I love how it has a Canadian data base too, along with American and International.

Rachel Morgan said...

I didn't even know about this amazing resource! Thanks.