Freelance writing tips
Look past the rejections and curt behavior and you’ll see editors are just trying to get their jobs done, and looking for writers who can help.
Thoughts and links on freelance success from today’s SABEW teleclass.
You paid big bucks to attend a writers conference. Here’s how to make sure you get your money’s worth.
In writing as in sports, attaining a certain level of mastery takes time and effort.
Pat Olsen discusses first-person profiles, stories written as if the writer is the person they’re writing about.
A story is only as good as the research that goes into it. Here’s how to get better at digging up data, without adding a lot of extra time.
Advice for launching a freelance writing career, including tips on querying, interviews, writing, copyediting, and working with editors.
Four simple methods for figuring out what to charge for a writing project.
Writing advice from Barbara Kingsolver, tips for spotting trends, working through Superstorm Sandy, and more.
If you can identify changes in how people behave or how the world works, you can turn them into story ideas, and have editors begging to work with you.