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Contracts

The most important legal advice any creator needs to hear is this: read before you sign.

In the world of publishing, before a manuscript can start the magical journey from a writer’s computer to a reader’s book, the writer must sign a contract allowing the agent and editor to use the work as needed. 652 more words

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Publish Without Pay

A very astute reader pointed out that our blog post on getting paid in “exposure” seemed a bit hypocritical since Buck Off Magazine does not pay its contributors. 343 more words

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Publishing Terms Tuesday

Last month I shared an article from Writer’s Digest on our social media regarding publishing terms (see article, it’s a good read!) and wanted to expand upon it and provide a few more terms to know, so tune in each month on the first Tuesday for a new term! 443 more words

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Glossary of Publishing Terms and Definitions

By Cecilia Lewis

Recently, I’ve noticed that much of the discussion surrounding publishing, including here on my own blog, uses a variety of abbreviations and terms that may be confusing for writers who are just starting to learn the industry. 2,145 more words

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