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Writing for Magazines

Author : Myrick Land
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Author : Allan Young
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Writing For Magazines 4th Edition

Author : Adèle Ramet
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Written by an experienced author, this practical book shows you how to produce manuscripts to fit a specific slot, advises you on how to adapt your style to suit different markets, and how to utilise research material to write facts and fiction effectively. Contents: 1. Mixing fact and fiction; 2. Constructing an article; 3. Getting articles into print; 4. Researching and filing systems; 5. Rewriting for different markets; 6. Writing short stories; 7. Caring for your characters; 8. Finding the right format; 9. Creating a Twist in the Tale; 10. Signposting; 11. Twisting With Little Old Ladies; 12. Fitting a Specific Plot; 13. Working as a Freelance; 14. Marketing Your Manuscript; 15. Keeping Records; Solutions to exercises; Glossary; Useful addresses; Further reading; Index.

Popular Health Medical Writing for Magazines

Author : Anne Hart
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Here's how to transform your interest in popular health topics such as gene hunters, medical trends, self-help, nutrition, current issues, or pets into writing salable feature articles for popular publications. Become a health-aware feature writer, journalist, editor, indexer, abstractor, proofreader, information broker, book packager, investigative reporter, pharmaceutical copywriter, or documentary video producer. Here are the skills you'll need to transform your interest in popular science into writing health and medical feature and filler articles or columns for a wide variety of publications. For those who always wanted to write or edit medical publications, scripts, medical record histories, case histories, or books, here's a guide with all the strategies and techniques you'll need to become a medical writer, journalist, or editor. Whether you're a medical language specialist, transcriber, freelance writer, editor, indexer, or want to be, you'll learn how to write and market high-demand feature articles for popular magazines on a variety of popular science subjects from health, fitness, and nutrition to DNA, pet issues, and self-help. You'll find not only how-to techniques, but contacts for networking, associations, and where to find the research. You don't need science courses to write about popular science. What you do need is dedication to writing, journalism, or editing-freelance or staff. Feature articles and fillers are wanted on popular health-related subjects for general consumer, women's, men's, and niche magazines.

Writing for Magazines A Beginner s Guide

Author : Cheryl Sloan Wray
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A practical introduction to what a magazine writer does. The book explores the best magazines for beginning writers, how to get ideas, finding the time to write, setting goals, how to defeat writer's block, and more. The author gives you examples of effective magazine articles, covers the basics of grammar and style, and provides "Jumpstart" exercises to get a writer going.

Magazine Writing

Author : Christopher D. Benson
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What does it take to launch a career writing for magazines? In this comprehensive, up-to-date introduction to magazine writing, students will learn everything from the initial story pitch all the way through to the final production, taking with them the essential tools and skills they will need for today's rapidly changing media landscape. Written by a team of experienced writers and editors, Magazine Writingteaches the time-tested rules for good writing alongside the modern tools for digital storytelling. From service pieces to profiles, entertainment stories and travel articles, it provides expert guidance on topics such as: developing saleable ideas; appealing to specific segments of the market; navigating a successful pitch; writing and editing content for a variety of areas, including service, profiles, entertainment, travel, human interest and enterprise Chock full of examples of published works, conversations with successful magazine contributors and bloggers, and interviews with working editors, Magazine Writinggives students all the practical and necessary insights they need to jumpstart a successful magazine writing career.

How to Write for Magazines in One Weekend

Author : Diana Cambridge
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So You Want to Be a Freelance Writer

Author : Deborah Durbin
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The easy way to earn a living from writing for magazines and newspapers.

Feature Writing for Newspapers and Magazines

Author : Edward Jay Friedlander
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Incorporating advice and articles from fifty nationally recognized newspaper and magazine writers, Feature Writing for Newspapers and Magazines explains and illustrates how today's best journalists achieve excellence. The Fourth Edition includes new articles written by and about minorities, as well as updated references dealing with the legal and ethical issues that writers face.

Teach Yourself Writing for Magazines

Author : Ann Gawthorpe
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Make your living through writing If you want to write for magazines on a freelance basis you will find a treasure of information in Teach Yourself Writing for Magazines. This practical, step-by-step guide informs you about the entire process of getting published, from the initial research to targeting a specific audience to ensuring you meet your deadline.