- n. Plural form of manuscript.
“This can be seen in manuscripts from the Freiburg and Strasbourg houses where pronouns like eo are changed to ea. 47 This rewriting of the text extended beyond simple endings that indicated the gender of the readers.”
“Quite often in manuscripts the protagonist is an ordinary person.”
“She rescued manuscripts from the trash, gave me pep talks and bought books to encourage me.”
“Since agencies and publishers spend most of their time signing certain manuscripts and rejecting others ... should we call it censorship every time a manuscript gets rejected?”
“Then you have to find an agent who not only deals in manuscripts like yours but one who is taking on new clients.”
“And part of the power of the manuscripts is hearing the voices overlay each other and not always being absolutely certain which voice is speaking.”
“The layout is simple: each chapter tackles some fixable weakness the authors frequently see in manuscripts from both novice and experienced writers.”
“So, if nothing else in 2009, you've made someone else happy when they were not and saved all my manuscripts from a big winter bonfire.”
“Fri 9: 00 AM - 12: 00 PM: Writers 'Workshop (for those who sent in manuscripts in advance).”
“As to your comment about fiction that wants to be thrilling, suspenseful, non-stop ... editors routinely praise the writing, characters and choice of topics in manuscripts, then reject them as "too quiet.”
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