Topic - The Authors Guild

The Authors Guild is an American organization of and for published authors. It has around eight thousand members, among them authors, literary agents and attorneys (who mainly deal in book publishing). The current president (as of April 2010) is Scott Turow and the current vice president is Judy Blume. - Source: Wikipedia

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