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Writer's & Illustrator's Guide to Children's Book Publishers and Agents, 2nd Edition: Who They Are! What They Want! And How to Win Them Over! (Writer's Guide).
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CWIM remains a very useful book in this digital age. It includes detailed and updated listings of children's book publishers, children's magazines, and children's literary agents; information about conferences; listings of contests and awards; basic how-to information; and interesting feature articles. There are over market listings in all.

The publisher listings include addresses and other basics; they may also include names and titles of editors and art directors, a brief description of a publisher's program, sample titles, award-winning books, and other information. The Agents section includes similar information.

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New this year is a useful list of "Publishers and Their Imprints": since CWIM lists imprints alphabetically, it's helpful to see "sister" imprints grouped together. This list follows the Markets section, along with the glossary of publishing terms that has been in the book for a few years now.

Indexes still help you find publishers by subject or age level, but a "Names Index" listing editors and literary agents and artist's representatives by name has been dropped from last year. The Illustration index has also been dropped. The front of the book includes a number of articles. There are 7 articles in the craft section on topics such as characters, setting, dialogue, and storytelling; the 8 business articles address agents, contracts, and social media.

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Overall, there are more of them and they are more comprehensive than the articles have been in recent editions. You can see all the article titles by clicking through to the book's page on Amazon and using the "Look Inside" feature to read the TOC. As in past years, several interviews also appear, sandwiched between those two article sections. Most are new, though Kwame Alexander and Kenneth Oppel are repeats from New authors include Leigh Bardugo and E. You envision your middle-grade novel as a series, but should you pitch it that way?

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