Step One—Start Here
Writing for Magazines
Everything you need to know from concept through to submission
Perhaps you’re like so many new authors having never considered the golden nugget of the publishing world—the magazine market!
I’m afraid I’m not good enough to write for magazines—I’ve never been published.
Most new writers are full of great intentions, but don’t have the foggiest idea of where to start, what to do next, how to submit, and lack confidence—so you are not alone!
I did it and so can you!
I’ve been exactly where you are right now!
I have been unsettled with every aspect of the writing process and in need of feedback. I know what it feels like to sit alone at a computer with the highest aspirations of becoming a published writer. It took years of study, tutorials, writing programs, and trial-and-error before I broke the code and got my first publishing contract.
My corridor into the publishing world came through the magazine market.
Every article I submitted was accepted except for one (the magazine changed their publishing direction), and another publisher bought the article.
I struggled, and that’s why I am excited to share my secrets with you.
But where to start?
Start with the magazine market
The magazine market is the best way to hone your writing skills.
The average length for a magazine article is between 500-1500 words. Unlike short stories and novels, nonfiction magazine articles don’t require character development, plot, or a story arc. Nonfiction magazine articles are short and focused, so there isn’t time to get stuck in a rabbit hole or lost in a plot.
The magazine market requires fresh material on a regular revolving basis.
This means that magazine publishers are always looking for articles. It also means that they are willing to take a look at new unpublished talent.
Are you a new author desperately seeking validation as a writer?
How would it feel to have that line or two at the bottom of a cover letter with the where and when you’ve been published?
How would you like to earn a little extra income?
Some magazines pay up to $500 per article. Think about it! In just one submission, you’ll have the possibility of an immediate return on your investment. It’s pretty incredible.
As a published author, you’ll be able to:
See your name in print
Share your knowledge as an expert
Build credibility and audience
Create income while making an impact
But how do you become a better writer without direction or feedback?
Have you been caught in the cycle of dead-ended writing tutorials and free offers for the insider secret of how-to-write only to find you’re right back where you started?
That’s where I come in.
This course will provide you with a backdrop for the future that will serve you month after month, year after year, yielding you the potential to earn an income while doing what you like to do best!
Why do I need this course if it’s such an accessible market to tap?
Even though it is a great market, it can be riddled with rejection. The hardest part of rejection is not knowing why.
You don’t know what you don’t know.
I am here to help you increase your odds of getting a publishing contract by showing you how to adhere to industry standards, develop a fresh twist on a topic, and pitch to the right market.
This course is your bullet-proof blueprint for writing magazine articles, and I’m right here with you every step of the way.
You’ll learn how to pick a topic, narrow your focus, and research techniques. I’m here to support and encourage you through every step.
You will learn the craft of writing by writing.
You will follow through with revisions, formatting, how to write a cover letter, and the where and how to submit for publication.
Writing for Magazines Course takes the aspiring writer into the space of becoming a published author.
- Choose a topic
- Learn how to get the most out of your research
- Understand the parts of a magazine article
- Write and format a magazine article
- Learn how to conduct an interview
- Know when to outline
- Understand revision basics
- Pitch to the right market
COURSE ONLY: $297
COURSE & CALLS: $497
*Additional Materials Suggested:
There are 2 additional resources recommended so you are set up for success. They may be available to borrow from your library (at no cost) or you may choose to order your own copies online (approx. $100).