Help! Local magazine wants to know what I charge for running stories and rewrites of other stories?
Have no idea what to charge and want to respond promptly. Previous professional experience was paid very differently so I want to sound professional without overcharging? Help!
The best place to look for this answer is the book "Writer's Market". They are usually availible at your local library. In the book there is a section on different ways to price your work.
I responded with $1 per word and for rewrites and developmental editing $45 an hour. I found a website with average fees and found something in the middle. I hope that works and comes off the right way.
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