Who is this class for?
This class is for writers who want to get their articles published in magazines. No professional writing experience required. This class is NOT for those seeking PR or entrepreneurship tips.
What is this class about?
Do you ever read features in magazines and think, "Hey, I could have written that!"? Well, you don't need to have connections with editors in order to get published. You don't even need an extensive writing portfolio. What you do need are critical thinking skills to develop innovative stories—and the discipline to research and write those articles.
For brand new writers, I'll give you the tools to land that first assignment. For more experienced writers, I'll teach you how to develop relationships with your editors so that you can get published again and again.
What will I learn?
Curious about writing for publication or landing better bylines? Sign up now, and discover:
What happens in this class?
I'll give you an overview of the idea generation and pitching process, share my own pitches that worked, give you tips on how to deal with editors effectively. You'll walk away with insights on writing for publication and the skills to write killer pitches again and again.
What if I want one-on-one help with my writing or publicity project?
Get personal writing advice from me when you make an appointment for Office Hours.
*Please note: There are no refunds or transfers for this limited-enrollment class.
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Grace Bello is a lifestyle and culture reporter based in New York. Her articles have appeared in The Atlantic, NBCNews.com, New York, Jezebel, and more. Her humorous fiction has appeared in McSweeney's, Splitsider, and The Morning News. Follow her on Twitter and subscribe to her work on Beacon.