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Publishers - I have written a novel, what now?
Manuscript submission is almost the same as in the USA. As a rule, what is required of you: When you can't find directions, do this: a. Do a courteous and short resume as for a work. Please describe your publishing story (in your case, say that you have not yet done so). b. Include a two- to five-page summary of your novel.
Submission to an agents works the same way, except that you have to tell them if you file elsewhere. There is no need to provide this information when sending directly to a publishers. When you know someone in publishers, try to be recommended by them. In the ideal case you should know what you are writing and what the markets are.
Otherwise, go to bookshops, preferably more than one and, if possible, for several years, and find out which publishing houses (of your genre) have them. These are the publishing houses you want to be featured by. When publishing in a marketplace that does not represent every bookshop, you will find the reviews for that marketplace and see which publishing houses they are reviewing.
Together with your publisher lists, you have compiled a listing of the writers who are publishing these publishing houses (in your genre). Do a web search for the name of the writer and the "Frahlingur". It is advisable to find each author's own representative in this way, unless the representative has no representative.
On his website the portal of the portal of the German writer Andreas Eschbach says: 1: Cash always goes from asset to asset - never in the opposite sense. I' ve listened to and listened to similar advices from all possible types of readers in the book business, among them publisher, writers, editors, agencies and writers. and want their jobs to run without a hitch.
You accept your submissions as an admission letter. AVN, the leading online advertising company in Germany, even calls its entry regulations "Application as Author". It may be different in other jurisdictions, but please be advised by your local agent or publishing house not to call them. Editor DuMont asks authors: If you have any questions about the status of the peer-reviewing of your paper, please do not contact us.