Hello All, Just a quick question for your infinte wisdom. When submitting a query letter you are advised to mention previous peices you have had published or prizes you've won - so on and so forth. But how do you include these? In a list, as a separate portfolio/bibliography thingy/list with dates, and with examples? And if you've got quite a few - surely you don't include them all? If you submit for a magazine regularly do you put that you 'regularly submit and are published' or do you list the features you've had published? I've got a portfolio/scrapbook (you know how it goes - Ooh! Look they published my work *gets scissors and hacks out the page then stick with pritstick to a black card scrap book* date, issue number etc) But that isn't suitable for a submission. So what is? That said, I'm not submitting work at the moment, so this isn't urgent. But it has got me wondering as I was updating the 'little black book' today. Edit: Oh, btw, have had a burrow through all the other posts on query letters and things and NaCI's links in Grumps thread were really useful. But I'm still wondering... esp. if your previous work isn't related to novels or fantasy but non-fiction and magazines.