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978-1-933048-37-6
Rel Date: 01/2007
$40
A Guide to Chicago Book Publishers, 5th Edition

A compilation of over 190 Chicago area book publishers with
contact information, email and web site links, and insider information about whom they're hiring and what they're publishing to use as a resource to find the right source to publish a manuscript or buy freelance services.

Available in a print edition or as an ebook. In the electronic edition, active hyperlinks on all web site entries enable the reader to send an email or go to the web source with one click.



978-1-933048-44-4
Rel Date: 03/2008
$44
A Guide to Chicagoland Magazines, 3rd Edition

The only way to get to the top of the masthead is to know who's who and what's what on the Chicago magazine scene. Nearly 300 listings for consumer, trade, and association publications with contact information, email and web site links, and insider information about whom they're hiring.

Available in a print edition or as an ebook. In the electronic edition, active hyperlinks on all web site entries enable the reader to send an email or go to the web source with one click.



978-1-933048-46-8
Rel Date: 03/2008
$18
A Guide to Chicago's Multicultural Publishers, 3rd Edition

Some of the hottest growth markets in publishing are the multicultural niches. From African-American issues to Swiss history, from Spanish-language weeklies to gay/lesbian news, Chicago is rich with a variety of cultures. Take a look at what's out there and determine how you fit in the mix!

Available in a print edition or as an ebook. In the electronic edition, active hyperlinks on all web site entries enable the reader to send an email or go to the web source with one click.



978-1-933048-35-2
Rel Date: 12/2006
$18
A Guide to Writing Jobs in Chicago, 3rd edition

This volume offers job suggestions for writers from advertising copywriter to writing instructor, includes current salary ranges, as well as the types of organizations that hire.

In between are tips for successful résumés, cover letters, and interviews; how to evaluate a job offer; and how to find support for those independent types of careers. Available in a print edition or as an ebook. 



978-1-933048-33-8
Rel Date: 12/2006
$18
A Guide to Chicago's Zine Scene & Alternative Press

Chicago's underground press is alive and well in the form is zines, ezines, and alternative book publishers. In-depth profiles of book, magazine, and zine publishers; paying markets; hiring companies; and how to get connected. Also includes a section on launching your own publication.

Available in print or an an ebook.



978-1-933048-41-3
Rel Date: 10/2007
$18
Contact Chicago: Opportunities in the Not-For-Profit Market, 
2nd edition

Chicago has a vast not-for-profit market that is not only a treasure trove of information for writers, but a deep well of job potential. Hundreds of organizations listed with media and employment contact information.

Available in print or as an ebook. 



978-1-933048-39-0
Rel Date; 08/2007
$18
A Guide for Young Chicago Writers

It's never too early to get into print. Sections on improving your writing and editing skills, submitting your work, working with editors, profiles of YA book publishers, national magazines that publish teen writing and artwork, online resources and writing groups, contests for Midwest teens, and overviews of writing programs at Illinois colleges. 

Available in print or as an ebook. 



978-1-933048-43-7
Rel Date: 05/2008
$18
A Guide to Chicago's Screen Scene & Scriptwriting Market

Scheduled for May release.
More information coming soon.


Catholic Book Publishers
ISBN 1-933048-30-1
Rel Date: 06/2006
$29
A Guide to Catholic Book Publishers

More sophisticated publishing technology makes small niches more lucrative, for both publisher and author. Profiles over 100 book publishers serving the Catholic reading audience. As the religious book niche continues to grow, so does the need for new writers, as well as publishing staff and freelancers.

Available in a print edition or as an ebook. 

 

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Maryll Frances writes books that delight body, mind and spirit.

ISBN 1-933048-15-8
$11.95
Mini Meditations: Quick Techniques for Slowing Down a Busy Mind

Steps the reader through more than two dozen breathing and meditation techniques that can be used for short periods to calm the mind and relax the body or can be used for fell-length meditation sessions to produce long-term results.

Available in print.


 978-1-933048-6-2
$14
Gratitude Journal: 30 Days of Thankfulness

Psychologists theorize that people who are grateful for who they are and what they have in their lives are happier. Happier people are able to attract more, do more, and become more. It's a cycle of gratitude.

Gratitude Journal goes through thirty topics, from love to courage to friendship, poses questions for reflection, and provides space for the reader to record thoughts, feelings, and plans for the future.

Available in print.

 

   
   

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