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Polishing Your Writing
Tips on fine-tuning a rough draft into a professional piece.

Publishing in the Northwest
A collection of resources for publishing non-fiction in the Northwest, with descriptions of small publishers. From Open Spaces Quarterly.

Ray's Writing Tips
Links to search engines and Ray's software. Some essays and tips can be found by clicking the links to the left and scrolling down a couple of times.

Revising Prose
Suggestions, with good and bad examples of each.

Ruth Vilmi's Web World
Grammar / Language help. These pages are full of comprehensive tips to help the writer, but visitors do need to surf and explore to find everything offered. The time is well spent.

Sheree Bykofsky Associates, Inc. Literary Agency
Represents all areas of non-fiction, and commercial and literary fiction. Offers guidance on the publishing process, book proposals, and finding agents.

Starving Artists Law
Launch pad for artists and writers looking for self help legal information. The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. Free or low-fee representation for low-income writers, only US lawyers are listed here.

Storymind Writer's Web Site
Promoting Dramatica story development software; however, there are some useful tips, advice and tutorials presented by the theory co-creator. Free Real Video and Real Audio writing classes, complete 450 page Dramatica theory book online, Dramatica Dictionary, Q and A, the Lost Theory Book, and classes.

Suite 101: Alternative Literature
Articles which help define alternative literature. Different because of the way it is published, the view it expresses, how it is written or distributed. Different perspective or style. Alternative writers are the ones trying new styles and forms.

Suite 101: Freelance Opportunities
Archive of tips on marketing your talents and what kind of opportunities should be avoided.

Suite101: Professional Writing
Tips for writers on how to get published, including how to write in many different disciplines (articles, poems, prose, fiction, non-fictions, screenplay).

Tips, Tools and Ideas to Improve Writing
Includes tips for writers and students, grammar helps, and a guide to online resources.

Victory Page for Writers of Fiction
Original articles by Victory Crayne. Links to resources, search tools and motivational articles.

The Vocabula Review (TVR)
Monthly, free journal. Articles discuss how to battle nonstandard, careless English and embrace clear, expressive English.

Wacky Writer's World
A list of links along with a monthly newsletter which provides in-depth feature articles, interviews with publishing professionals and authors, and market tips. Page was last updated 5/5/99.

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