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Published on Aug 1, 2012
Many have asked if this material is still relevant. If you are seeking traditional publication (in which you pitch your story to a publisher that will pay you for it), the standards haven't changed. But you don't have to go this in-depth if you don't want to. At the very least, if you format your manuscript with Times New Roman, 12-point font, double spaced without any extra spacing between paragraphs, use one-inch margins on all four sides, simply page numbers, the same number of asterisks centered between your scene breaks, and no fancy fonts for titles, you'll be good to go.
**This video is for authors seeking to format their manuscript for submission to traditional publishing houses or literary agents. It was originally recorded as a workshop for the NextGenWriters online writer's conference.