Writing and Selling Your Freelance Stories (W401d-12)
APPLICATIONS FOR THIS SEMINAR ARE NO LONGER BEING ACCEPTED
You asked and we’ve responded. We are pleased to offer reduced tuition for this seminar. Special group pricing is also available. Details below.
This seminar will help writers, primarily those in the freelance market, to tell better stories — and to sell them. We’ll show you how to generate great story ideas; focus and organize your stories; develop better characters; capture better scenes and develop an eye for details — telling details. You’ll hear from accomplished freelancers how to improve your pitches to editors. You’ll receive coaching on your storytelling, advice for writing for different audiences and strategies for using social media to raise your profile.
You’ll go home with tools for becoming a better writer and a better entrepreneur.
- How to frame and focus your stories, using all forms of media
- How to understand the freelance market and effectively work with your clients
- How to improve your writing process
- How to effectively pitch and sell your stories to editors
- How to engage your audience and build loyalty through social media
Group pricing: Call Andrew at 727-553-4704
Questions: E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Who Will Benefit:
The Dallas Morning News Sunday and Enterprise Editor; Poynter Editing Fellow
Writer-in-Residence, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism
Professor, University of Tampa
Assistant National Contract Advisor and Vice President for External Organizing for the National Writers Union
TV/Media Critic, Tampa Bay Times