Black Authors & Published Writers Directory 2017: Black Literary Marketplace (Paperback)
FINALLY] A Proven Step-By-Step Sales and Marketing System for Black Authors and Writers The 10th Edition 2017 "Black Authors & Published Writers Directory" has arrived. For aspiring authors and other creatives, the idea of networking with thousands of Black literary professionals and organizations; radio and TV talk shows, newspaper and magazine editors, marketing consultants, and advertising directors is priceless. For the tenth year running, the annual Black Authors & Published Writers Directory (BAPWD) has been the go-to reference book regarding the Black publishing industry. Readers and researchers can expect updated information on everything from Black authors, poets, song, film and playwrights to PR firms and television talk shows. This all-encompassing resource is for someone interested in learning about - or networking with - key players in the Black Literary Marketplace. The comprehensive listings of media professionals and related services including literary agents, publishers, librarians, bookstores (and a good deal more) certainly align with this purpose. - Locate African-American book publishers, agents, song, film, and play producers, and directors for your book and work(s). Includes bookstores, librarians, literary and Black organizations and associations, events, and festivals to help you get published and sell your book. - Network with thousands of Top Black media professionals: radio and TV talk shows, newspapers, magazine editors, and marketing directors to help you promote your book and work(s). - Provides client lists for publishing professionals and print production companies, as well as distributors, wholesalers, commissioned reps, and consultants to help you sell your work. - Easy-to-read chapters reflect key sectors of the Publishing Industry - all alphabetized and categorized under author's name or service company, and subject matter. School Library and Institutional Discounts Available, Standing Orders.
In 1990-92, Adams impressed with the vast pool of Black talent in the media, began to compile a listing for her publication, Black Authors and Published Writers Directory (BAPWD). Over 1,500 Black authors, publishers, producers, distributors, song, film, and playwrights, agents, librarians, talk show hosts, consultants, advertising agents and other marketing resources were included in the book. In 2003, Adams created and founded BAPWD.com the official website for the annual Black Authors & Published Writers Directory. Like the book, the website is a "must" for anyone interested in networking with major Black media professionals and services.