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Subject:Re: Having Writers Block From:d r <writeagain -at- JUNO -dot- COM> Date:Sat, 18 Jan 1997 11:40:12 EST
For the estimated price list, do you mean the going rate that
writers/editors are charging for their services - that kind of thing? If
so, Try the National Writers Union. I think they are headquartered in
NYC. If not, they at least have a chapter there. I think they sell such a
listing. At least they used to.
On Fri, 17 Jan 1997 08:40:27 EST5EDT Yvonne DeBellotte
<ydebell -at- DAR -dot- DAR -dot- EMORY -dot- EDU> writes:
>I need some information since I am new to the freelance writers
>1. Where can I get an estimated price list so I know what I can
> charge for various types of writing?
>2. Also what is a 'tear sheet'? Is it the same as a writing sample?
>You may e-mail me separately or in the group.
>You all have given me quite a few pointers over the past few weeks