Writing for Magazines

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Hodder Education, 2008 - Feature writing - 293 pages
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'teach yourself Writing for Magazines' is a practical step-by-step guide offering the reader all the information they need to learn about the market, requirements, practicalities and skills needed to write on a freelance basis for magazines.

It covers all aspects of the process and all the major genres of publication, from mainstream and lifestyle through to more specialised subject areas. It will show you how to research not only your subject but also your target publication and its readers, will give hints and tips for writing to word counts and deadlines, and practical exercises to help you write fluently and succinctly. With plenty of information on legalities and explanations of how and what to submit and to whom, the book is also accompanied by a range of useful resources, from websites to books and relevant writers' societies, and will contain plenty of advice and key tips from editors and writers alike.

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two quick notes: 1) the edition i have has a different cover photo on it 2) the ISBN numbers on the book are different than the one listed ISBN13: 978-0-07-149698-8 ISBN10: 0-07-149698-X this is a ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

Lesley Bown and Ann Gawthorpe are prize-winning professional writers. They have been working and writing together for more than ten years, producing over 13 plays and hundreds of sketches, all of which have been performed by amateur or professional theatre groups, or in broadcast productions.

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