Welcome to Write it Right Issue #16. This week’s newsletter is a little different. I’m featuring an article I wrote for the Writer’s Digest about contract negotiation tips in traditional publishing contracts. Traditional publishing refers to what most people think of when publishing a book: you submit your work and have it selected for publication (you don’t have to pay a publisher for services or do everything yourself). Publishing with a traditional publisher is a goal for many writers, so I hope this article helps. (As an aside, I will be writing a similar article about hybrid publishers and self-publishing next month for WD).