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2003-02-17 21:34:40+00:00 - Question: Media Tie-In Books - (Mistress Bibi <pslw_mistress@yahoo.ca>)


Hi again. (First time out, this post got wacked ...) I've got a couple of questions I'm hoping someone can help with! 1. Is Simon & Schuster (Simon Says) still accepting submissions for new Buffy and/or Angel "media tie-in" books? 2. If so, does anyone have a copy of the publisher's submission guidelines? Thanks in advance!

2003-02-17 21:34:40+00:00 - Question: Media Tie-In Books - (Mistress Bibi <pslw_mistress@yahoo.ca>)


Hi again. (First time out, this post got wacked ...) I've got a couple of questions I'm hoping someone can help with! 1. Is Simon & Schuster (Simon Says) still accepting submissions for new Buffy and/or Angel "media tie-in" books? 2. If so, does anyone have a copy of the publisher's submission guidelines? Thanks in advance!

2003-02-22 21:17:21+00:00 - Re: Question: Media Tie-In Books - (samjames1NOSPAM@yahoo.com)


On Mon, 17 Feb 2003 21:34:40 GMT, Mistress Bibi <pslw_mistress@yahoo.ca> wrote: >Hi again. (First time out, this post got wacked ...) > >I've got a couple of questions I'm hoping someone can help with! > >1. Is Simon & Schuster (Simon Says) still accepting submissions for new >Buffy and/or Angel "media tie-in" books? > >2. If so, does anyone have a copy of the publisher's submission >guidelines? Tie in books are commissioned and written from an outline approved by both the publisher and an authorized license person from the media company (probably just a flunky, not Joss). You are best off writing to the publisher expressing your desire to write a Buffy book and your qualifications for doing so rather than to write an entire book that might be rejected by the only publisher that could legally publish it.

2003-02-22 21:17:21+00:00 - Re: Question: Media Tie-In Books - (samjames1NOSPAM@yahoo.com)


On Mon, 17 Feb 2003 21:34:40 GMT, Mistress Bibi <pslw_mistress@yahoo.ca> wrote: >Hi again. (First time out, this post got wacked ...) > >I've got a couple of questions I'm hoping someone can help with! > >1. Is Simon & Schuster (Simon Says) still accepting submissions for new >Buffy and/or Angel "media tie-in" books? > >2. If so, does anyone have a copy of the publisher's submission >guidelines? Tie in books are commissioned and written from an outline approved by both the publisher and an authorized license person from the media company (probably just a flunky, not Joss). You are best off writing to the publisher expressing your desire to write a Buffy book and your qualifications for doing so rather than to write an entire book that might be rejected by the only publisher that could legally publish it.