Magazine Writingby Nancy Hamilton
Pub. Date: 07/15/2007
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
All magazine writers share a common goal--to sell their
"The approach. . .the clarity of information presented, and the style of writing make it a clear leader in the field of magazine writing."--Dr. Douglas Perret Starr, Professor of Journalism at Texas A&M University and author of Speech Ghostwriting: A Complete Guide to Crafting Speeches for Other People.
All magazine writers share a common goal--to sell their articles. Magazine Writing shows writers how to build articles and turn them into a saleable piece. They will learn to brainstorm an idea, road test it, and research it; query the article, structure it, and edit and revise it; and find magazines, print and online, appropriate for their article.
•Discusses ethics, including the Jayson Blair case,to show acceptable professional conduct.
•Illustrates common mistakes made during the writing process to help writers avoid common pitfalls and write cleaner, more professional articles.
•Looks at major article types including the personality profile, how-to, and first person narrative (illustrated with published examples).
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