Administrators and Teachers:
Getting Profitably in Print
75% of the Time
u ARTICLES u
Writing for Magazines, Newsletters,
Journals, and Newspapers
u BOOKS u
Why would school administrators and teachers write articles and books unless they had at least a 75% probability of getting their words profitably in print? In fact, professional writers expect to do that almost every time they write, and to know that before they even do the research, interviewing, or whatever is needed to create the valuable text that others want and need.
So why not have a professional writer (as well as a publisher with 30 years of experience) simply explain the process, step by step, that puts superintendents, principals, teachers, and other education leaders on the profitable, winning path from the outset?
That’s the purpose of Gordon Burgett’s Administrators and Teachers: Getting Profitably in Print 75% of the Time. It’s a no-nonsense godsend for article writing for magazines, newsletters, newspapers, and journals or for books written for their education colleagues (or any other niche market).
How can we believe the author sharing this “inside” process? Gordon has 38 published books and 1,700+ articles in print, the most recent being the industry standard, Niche Publishing: Publish Profitably Every Time. He recently also wrote Writer’s Digest’s Sell and Resell Your Magazine Articles.
As important, he is the editor and publisher of four popular education books: What Every Superintendent and Principal Needs to Know, The Perfect School, Teachers Change Lives 24/7, and Finding Middle Ground in K-12 Education: Balancing Best Practices and the Law.
A how-to success guide for writing and publishing in the education field sounds like a teacher and administrator’s dream!
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Writing for Magazines, Newsletters, Journals, and Newspapers
How to Study a Printed Magazine Article
Permission to Quote Letter
Self-Publishing Your Own Book(s) for Your Educational Colleagues
Other Education Products
Who wrote this book?
What does he know?
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