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Where Does Art Come From?

by William Kluba Allworth (April 01, 2014)

William Kluba, author, takes an in-depth look at the origins of inspiration and ideas, to help us better understand where creativity comes from in our bodies and minds, and to understand how this intangible...


The Writer's Legal Guide, Fourth Edition

by Tad Crawford & Kay Murray Allworth (August 01, 2013)

In an increasingly digitized and complex publishing world, writers need to know how to protect themselves against copyright infringement, legal trouble, and unwise concessions to publishers. Still the author’s...


Publish Your Book

by Patricia Fry Allworth (February 01, 2012)

Publish Your Book: Proven Strategies and Resources for the Enterprising Author is a professional guide to publishing success for the new and struggling author. With insider tips, up-to-date marketing strategies,...


The Birds and Bees of Words

by Mary Embree Allworth (June 29, 2010)

Himbo: a male bimbo. Protire: leave a boring job to do something more interesting. Sheeple: people who follow the crowd. These are just a few of the newly evolved words discussed and explained in The Birds and...


The Elements of Internet Style

by Editors of Eei Press Allworth (June 29, 2010)

Learn the rules of today’s tech-driven publishing landscape! The Elements of Internet Style is the first guide to embrace the new reality of creating content in the electronic age. It is packed with the tools...


The Perfect Screenplay

by Katherine Herbert Allworth (September 21, 2010)

They say in L.A. everybody is writing a screenplay. With The Perfect Screenplay, everybody everywhere will be writing well-presented, saleable screenplays. Packed with tips from an insider on how Hollywood operates,...


Writing the Great American Romance Novel

by Catherine Lanigan Allworth (September 21, 2010)

The complete guide to turning romances into cash. Romance novels are the top-selling genre in fiction. How can aspiring writers break into this lucrative field? With Writing the Great American Romance Novel,...


The Business of Writing

by Jennifer Lyons & Oscar Hijuelos Allworth (October 01, 2012)

Whether you’re unclear on what to expect from your first book deal or just a little puzzled by your editor’s whims, The Business of Writing is the book for you. In it, literary agent and publishing veteran...


The Journalist's Craft

by Dennis Jackson & John Sweeney Allworth (February 28, 2012)

This inspiring collection of 19 essays from veteran news writers explains how to weave storytelling skills into nonfiction narratives. Journalists of all backgrounds and levels of experience will discover dozens...


Making Crime Pay

by Andrea Campbell Allworth (March 02, 2006)

Making Crime Pay is an invaluable reference to criminal law, evidence, and procedure and the potential it holds for breathtaking plots and dramatic storytelling. Readers will learn in detail how criminal law...


The Author's Toolkit

by Mary Embree Allworth (November 16, 2010)

Every author yearns for wealth and fame. Aspiring authors, students, writing teachers, and even established authors will be able to get the job done with the Toolkit. Updated and expanded to cover the newest...


Power Speaking

by Achim Nowak Allworth (October 10, 2011)

Integrating key concepts and ideas about public speaking into a clear, step-by-step, transformational method, Power Speaking teaches emerging speakers how to grow the necessary skills and unleash their inner...


Starting Your Career as a Professional Blogger

by Jacqueline Bodnar Allworth (June 01, 2013)

With traffic to personal blogs and online journalism sites on the rise, there are more blogging opportunities than ever before. With the right approach, a blog can be an extra source of cash, or it can be a...


Starting Your Career as a Freelance Writer

by Moira Allen Allworth (January 16, 2018)

“An essential read for freelance writers.” The Writer magazine

Starting Your Career as a Freelance Writer, Third Edition, offers a step-by-step guide to launching a successful freelance career. For beginners...


Career Solutions for Creative People

by Ronda Ormont Allworth (May 01, 2005)

Dr. Ronda Ormont has written a comprehensive guide to finding a career that can both feed your wallet and fuel your personal creative endeavors. Included are real-life profiles, sample forms and worksheets,...


Writing about Visual Art

by David Carrier Allworth (March 01, 2003)

David Carrier examines the history and practice of art writing and reveals its importance to the art museum, the art gallery, and aesthetic theory. Artists, art historians, and art lovers alike can gain fresh...


Starting Your Career as a Freelance Editor

by Mary Embree Allworth (March 01, 2012)

If you've ever considered editing as a career, this book will help you on your new path. You’ll learn about the requirements in various fields, how to get started, the step-by-step facets of setting up and...


The Online Writer's Companion

by P. J. Aitken Allworth (October 04, 2016)

Every year, millions of writers struggle to find work, and most make little more than spare change from the assignments they land. With the expansion of the online freelance marketplace, anyone with the right...


The Fiction Writer's Guide to Dialogue

by John Hough Allworth (February 17, 2015)

Dialogue is often overlooked as a necessary and potent instrument in the novelist’s repertoire. A novel can rise or fall on the strength of its dialogue. Superb dialogue can make a superb novel. F. Scott Fitzgerald...


Writing What You Know

by Meg Files Allworth (April 19, 2016)

It's easy for people to write about their feelings in a journal. It's more difficult, however, to convert personal experiences into stories worthy of publication—fiction, non-fiction, or poetry. Filled with...


Propose Your Book

by Patricia Fry Allworth (August 25, 2015)

Authors are the CEOs of their books, and their book proposals are their business plans. Most agents and publishers require a proposal before ever setting eyes on a manuscript, and it is a crucial element in...