Freelancing For Newspapers: Writing For An Overlooked Market

Freelancing For Newspapers: Writing For An Overlooked Market

Freelancing for Newspapers: Writing for an Overlooked Market

Pick up the Sunday paper and consider how many stories it takes to fill all those pages. How can any newspaper staff produce so many stories every day, every week, every month of the year and keep up with breaking news, too? They can't. They use freelancers.This book serves as a guide to newspaper freelancing both for beginners and for more experienced writers who want to expand their markets.

Review
"Freelancing for Newspapers is an excellent text for aspiring freelancers. Sue Fagalde Lick covers all the bases in a clear journalistic style that her readers would do well to emulate." -- Marcia Preston, novelist, former editor of Byline Magazine

"Sue Fagalde Lick serves up enthusiastic and informative tips and information. Lick's new book will help writers succeed in an area of freelancing that many haven't even considered." -- Angela Hoy, publisher, WritersWeekly.com

"This book is a must-have for any writer serious about garnering clips. Sue Fagalde Lick offers practical, hands-on advice as well as skill-building exercises geared toward both novice and experienced writers." -- Robbi Hess, editor/co-publisher ByLine Magazine; co-author, Complete Idiot's Guide to 30,000 Baby...

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