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Many aspiring authors know Chuck Sambuchino from his time at Writer’s Digest, where for many years he was the editor of the publication’s indispensable annual “Guide to Literary Agents.” When he was not helping others find an agent, Chuck was
Rowena Carenen Copeland
In an age when most writers are expected to do almost all of their own publicity and marketing, Rowena Carenen Copeland is what just the doctor ordered.