ON BEING AN AUTHOR by Vera Brittain

ON BEING AN AUTHOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Interesting to anyone concerned with writing or publishing, in its integrity of purpose, its concessions to the practicalities of authorship, its advice based on actual experience. The advantages of a literary livelihood, and the illusions; fields of authorship, types of market; earnings; her own personal experiments, and so on. The text has much of personal, anecdotal to general, facets.

Pub Date: July 13th, 1948
Publisher: Macmillan