I mentioned the Writer's Yearbook here a few weeks ago. It's a special issue that's not part of the yearly subscription, so look for it on the newsstand. A regular feature is "The Top 101 Websites for Writers", which make the list by nomination from the writing community at large. This year's list is categorized as follows:
- Writing advice (new)
- General Resources
- Jobs and markets
- Online writing communities
- Everything agents
- Publishing/marketing resources
- Just for fun
- Advice for writers
- Classes/workshops/ conferences
- For young writers
- Jobs (paying)
- On Twitter
But that's not all in this great issue. Look for "The Top 100 Markets for Book & Magazine Writers", "The Must-Have Online Marketing Plan", and "The Quick & the Read" about writing query letters that will get you noticed. You'll also find a profile of the publishing trends of the past year and several articles targeting freelancers.
For $5.99, you can't find a better bargain.
Disclaimer: I buy my OWN copy of this issue every year!