Journalism: How to Write a Killer Magazine Article Pitch Premium class
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Intro to Magazine Writing (8:47)8:46
Magazine Article Pitching Overview (12:10)12:09
Tailoring your pitch to the editor (11:42)11:41
Sending your pitch to the editor (12:59)12:58
About This Class
Who is this class for?
This class is for WRITERS who want to get their articles published in magazines. No professional writing experience required. Please note, this class is NOT for those seeking PR tips.
What will I learn?
Curious about writing for publication or landing better bylines? Sign up now, and discover:
- how to come up with irresistible article ideas
- how to get the attention of busy editors
- how to target the right publication
- how to craft the pitch
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.
Brand new writers, you'll get tips to land that first assignment. More experienced writers, you'll learn how to develop relationships with your editors so that you can get published again and again.
What happens in this class?
Through video lectures and resources, 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 can also seek feedback from fellow students in the class. You'll walk away with insights on writing for publication and the skills to write killer pitches again and again.
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Even though I haven't yet finished this class (I've just watched several of the first videos), I already feel more armed and ready to pitch magazine articles than I did before. I really enjoy Grace's teaching style and helpful examples of pitches she uses from her own experiences. She is obviously well-entrenched in the field of magazine writing; I feel like I'm in good hands. Highly recommended! --Lily Chien-Davis
A good, no nonsense starting point, esp for beginners in the US. Been freelancing for a number of years but I gleaned a few useful tips from it, esp reminders about Mediabistro & Who Pays. Maybe a few more pitch examples for more in-depth stories would be good to include.
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