If you’ve ever aspired to write for a magazine, this course will help you on your way. We’ll cover all the basics, including:
Identifying magazine-worthy pieces (travel, personal essay, journalism)
Finding an angle
Choosing target magazines
Writing for a magazine audience
Online vs print opportunities
Reporting vs personal experience: finding a balance
Pitching your story to a magazine
We’ll also do some writing exercises and leave plenty of time for questions.
About the instructor
Rebecca Mahoney is an award-winning writer and editor from New Hampshire. As a journalist, her work has been published in newspapers and magazines around the world, including Reader’s Digest, The Boston Globe, the Los Angeles Times and The Miami Herald. A former Orlando Sentinel staff writer, she is now a freelance writer and editor who works with writers of all experience levels. She holds an MFA in fiction.
This is an online event
This event happens online, meaning that you will login to view it from wherever you are. Simple instructions on how to access the live workshop will be emailed to you after you register. You will be able to ask questions to the instructor during the event. A recording of the presentation will be available for one week after the workshop date.