Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being published; fit for publication.
- adj. Able to be published.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Capable of being published; suitable for publication.
- adj. suitable for publication
“Editors wants agents to provide manuscripts in publishable shape and are willing to pay more money for them.”
“I had one of those unhealthy devotions to my manuscript -- I was going to get that thing in publishable shape, no matter what.”
“Part of this is almost certainly because I edit as I go and my first drafts are in publishable shape (in terms of words, sentences, and general coherency, anyway ... the story always benefits substantially from critique, and often changes dramatically before it is ready for submission).”
“I have taken some care, however, to write it in publishable form in case you think it useful and suitable.”
“They're great at spotting big problems, but I'm not sure they can make the difference between "publishable" and "no editor worth her salt would possibly pass this one up," which is what I'm shooting for these days.”
“I think it's easier to read than ARCHANGEL PROTOCOL because I gained a lot more confidence as a writer once I had the blessing of knowing I was "publishable," I think.”
“As the children's librarian of the Bank Street College Library, Lisa Von Drasek is often asked to review manuscripts from faculty and graduate students to evaluate if they are "publishable".”
“Dave said that the story was "publishable," though, and he urged me to send it to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, where he felt it would be a "good fit.”
“Dr. Hendrix's opinion that authors should not give away things for free on the internet because they are hurting their fellow writers' bargaining power might at least be worth discussing if it were true that all "publishable" material will get into print via the old-fashioned method of a publisher taking it on and paying for it.”
“None of them were "publishable" in my humble opinion.”
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