Freelance Writing: How to Get Published in Print and Online
This is a highly practical course which will cover feature writing, pitching ideas, exploring outlets, interview skills, reviews, writing to a formula and social networking.
You will be expected to share your written work with the group as well as with the tutor and give and receive feedback in class. Skills covered in the course include interviewing and reporting, integrating facts and accessing creativity. Topics may include any that you wish to bring, e.g. writing on health, food and travel.
Over the course of 8 weekly evening classes on the Freelance Writing short course, you will learn:
- To research and recognise a good story to turn into a feature or comment.
- To construct well-written articles.
- To integrate quotes or case studies.
- To identify a suitable outlet for your work.
- How to get work.
- How the media works.
Suitability - Who should attend?
Applicants must have fluent written and spoken English.
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