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  1. Writing for Magazines: A Beginner's Guide by Cheryl Wray, 2004-06-25
  2. Teach Yourself Writing for Magazines (Teach Yourself: General Reference) by Ann Gawthorpe, Lesley Bown, 2008-10-21
  3. Freelance Writing for Magazines and Newspapers: Breaking in Without Selling Out by Marcia Yudkin, 1988-01
  4. Freelance Writing for Magazines and Newspapers: Breaking in Without Selling Out by Marcia Yudkin, 1988
  5. Popular Health & Medical Writing for Magazines: How to Turn Current Research & Trends into Salable Feature Articles by Anne Hart, 2005-04-22
  6. Feature Writing for Newspapers and Magazines: The Pursuit of Excellence (6th Edition) by Edward Jay Friedlander, John Lee, 2007-07-29
  7. Free-Lancing: A Guide to Writing for Magazines and Other Markets by Ronald P. Lovell, 1993-09
  8. Writing for Magazines (Books for Writers) by Jill Dick, 1994-09
  9. Writing for Magazines and Trade Journals-Finding Them, Writing for Them, Getting Paid by Them by Gary, Michael Smith, 2000-09-05
  10. Writing for Magazines and Newspapers (The English collection) by John Griffin, Theresa Sullivan, 1992-07-24
  11. Writing for the Magazines by Joseph Berg Esenwein, 2010-10-14
  12. Writing for Magazines by Myrick E. Land, 1992-07
  13. 50 Secrets of Writing for Magazines by Ray Bronk, 2001-07
  14. Writing for Trade Magazines: How to Boost Your Income by $200 to $500 per Week by Kendall Hanson, 1999-12-01

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2. Writing For Magazines And Trade Journals
Writing for Magazines and Trade Journals—Finding Them, Writing for Them, Getting Paid by Them. 2006, ISBN13 978-1-930554-03-0 (ISBN-10 1-930554-03-6), 234 pages, 6 x 9
Chatgris Press Home Books Articles Order Form ... Contact Writing for Magazines and Trade Journals—Finding Them, Writing for Them, Getting Paid by Them ISBN-13: 978-1-930554-03-0 ISBN-10: 1 , 234 pages, 6" x 9", trade paperback, $14.95 Gary Michael Smith This book provides valuable information on entering the industry of writing for periodical publications. Designed for both the novice wanting to break into the field as well as veterans wanting to explore new venues, Writing for Magazines and Trade Journals guides writers through the myriad steps involved in writing articles for publication. Whether you’re new to the field of writing articles for publication or have many articles to your credit in numerous periodicals, Writing for Magazines and Trade Journals provides much insight on everything from finding venues for publication to writing results-oriented query letters. Inexperienced writers will learn effective research skills, writing techniques, and rights and permissions acquisition and negotiation while those already working in the industry will gain more experience in working effectively with editors, expanding their publications repertoire, and most importantly, getting paid. Reviews Writing for magazines and trade journals Technical Communication Very highly recommended.

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4. Writing For Magazines By Cheryl Sloan Wray - ISBN 9780072864915
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8. 7 Steps To Writing For Magazines, For Money! -
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Close your eyes and picture the scene. There you are, sitting in a lovely old French farmhouse, with a view stretching out over the local vineyards and orchards, scribbling away with a nice glass of red wine ah.the life! For me, most of the above is true, minus the bit about the wine that is, or I would never get any work done. I moved to a lovely old farmhouse in March 2002 from the UK and although I have been a writer all my life, I set up officially in recent years. I am a full time writer, columnist, author, general word-bird and photographer. I think writers are born with a pen in their hands and they know it too. They are more than aware of their passion and ability to move people, from responses from simple letters written to friends. If you have an itch, that only words can scratch, perhaps it is time to consider looking seriously at making money from the craft you so clearly love. There are lots of ways to advance this business idea but I think some fundamental rules apply to those looking to earn a living, or supplement their income, from traditionally published or Internet magazine writing.

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There's more to writing for magazines than getting your name into Cosmopolitan. Thousands of new magazines are launched every year and it's a big market for freelance writers.
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by Sharon What Magazine Articles Do How To Structure A Magazine Article Tell A Story Beginning Your Magazine Article The first thing you need to do is get people to read your article, so you need to find a way to grab them. When I interview people, I often start the resulting article with a quote or an anecdote from their life. However, you can also set the scene or use anything that will get attention. The Middle With most magazine articles, you talk to a person or people. People like reading about other people, so if your interviewee says something good, use a quote rather than reported speech. This makes your magazine article more interesting. Ending Your Magazine Article Finally, end with a bang. This could be an important point, a revelation, or another anecdote or quote. The idea is to satisfy your reader and to get that reader interested in your other writing. Extra Credit
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12. E-Course On Writing For Magazines And Getting Published — Write For Magazines
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There is limited space in the Gold and Premium versions of the class. If you want to write for magazines but don’t know how to get started — or if you need some motivation to get you going — this course is for you. In eight weekly lessons, I’ll walk you through:
  • Coming up with a salable idea Finding markets that would be interested in your idea Finding the right editors to send your idea to Interviewing people for the query letter (the proposal that sells the editor on your idea and yourself as a writer) Writing a winning query letter Getting your query out the door!
Each lesson includes an assignment. You can do much of the assignments after work, during your lunch break, on weekends — whenever YOU have the time. The best part is, you can use the lessons you learn in this course over and over again. The more queries you write and send, the better the chances that you’ll get published The basic course includes eight weekly lessons and the premium course includes personalized e-mail support as well (I set aside Wednesdays and Fridays to answer e-mails). I am here to guide you through the program and to answer any questions you might have.

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14. Learn How To Write - Online Magazine Writing Course
Valerie also taught “Feature writing for magazines” for five years at the University of Sydney's Centre for Continuing Education.

15. Writing For Magazines By Wray, Cheryl Sloan | 0844259616 | 9780844259
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SUMMARY A practical introduction to what a magazine writer does. The book explores the best magazines for beginning writers, how to get ideas, finding the time to write, setting goals, how to defeat writer's block, and more. The author gives you examples of effective magazine articles, covers the basics of grammar and style, and provides "Jumpstart" exercises to get a writer going. SUMMARY A practical introduction to what a magazine writer does. The book explores the best magazines for beginning writers, how to get ideas, finding the time to write, setting goals, how to defeat writer's block, and more. The author gives you examples of effective magazine articles, covers the basics of grammar and style, and provides "Jumpstart" exerci...

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by Laura Backes, Publisher, Children's Book Insider, the Newsletter for Children's Writers. Getting published in a magazine requires more than just the ability to write well.
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20. The Basics Of Magazine Article Writing
Writing for magazines has no formula. Each article is unique from a creative sourceyou the writer. But there is an expected format for articles.
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Some Basics on Magazine Writing
by W. Terry Whalin Blank page. You roll the paper into the typewriter and sit there poised with your hands on the keys. Or maybe you turn on your computer and sit with an empty screen. What do you write? Many writers and would-be writers have told me how that blank page petrifies them. In this article, we'll explore my technique for putting together a magazine article from idea to finished product.
Getting over the Hump
It's a rare day that I have trouble putting those initial words on paper. I always do some preparation ahead of time, then use a slight trick. Ideas for magazine articles are everywhere and the places to write are just as plentiful. Maybe you have an interesting personal experience story that you can capture? Possibly you have been involved in a ministry and created some unique materials that you'd like to tell to others through a how-to article. Maybe you've compiled some teaching on a topic from the Bible and would like to get that into print. Or if you don't have any material from your own experience to write about, consider interviewing some interesting people around you and writing their story for publication.

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