• 10 Things I Think I Know for Sure about...Getting Your Writing Published

  • Di: John Lehman
  • Letto da: John Lehman
  • Durata: 1 ora e 18 min
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10 Things I Think I Know For Sure about...Getting Your Writing Published is presented by John Lehman, founder of Rosebud magazine. John suggests writers stop thinking in terms of books, articles, poems, and stories, and instead start thinking in terms of what benefits readers will receive from reading and buying them. Literary agent Georgia Hughes, formerly an editor from Harper San Francisco, has said this 78-minute program is, "entertaining, inspiring and extremely helpful for writers of all levels of ability."

John Lehman is a nationally published writer and poet with 20 years experience as a professional speaker and 15 years as a creative director and senior copy writer for advertising agencies. He is a graduate of the Great Books program at Notre Dame and has a master's degree in curriculum development from the University of Michigan. John has presented seminars throughout the country. He is a book reviewer, business columnist, poet and freelance feature writer for magazines and newspapers. His articles have appeared in The Christian Science Monitor, Popular Science, Omni and in more than 50 other trade or consumer publications. He is also the founder of Rosebud, managing partner of Zelda Wilde Publishing, and the poetry editor of Wisconsin People and Ideas.

©2009 John Lehman (P)2009 John Lehman

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