Michelle V. Rafter
Working for free and pulling all nighters were two stupid things I did during school that paid off later in my career.
Make a list, set a timer, turn off distractions, work more hours — and other tips for gettting work done when you’re under the gun.
Zinsser’s advice to write tight and bright hasn’t aged. Read more of my favorite tips from this widely-loved style manual.
If you’re self-employed, saying no to new projects can be hard. These tips from writer Kate Harold will make it easier.
Letters of introduction matter, though it could be months – or even years – before they pay off.
You paid big bucks to attend a writers conference. Here’s how to make sure you get your money’s worth.
As winners of the news industry’s major annual prize are announced today, it’s a good time to remember a small-town journalist who made it big.
Recapping advice I shared on an April 13 SABEW teletraining on working as a freelance business journalist.
I mapped out trends in my freelance writing business for 2014 – here’s what I learned.
Trade magazines and b2b publications can be tough to break into, but can lead to ongoing, lucrative work. Here’s what to know.