Article writing is so important for writers these days, as you see the traditional reported article format in not just print magazine articles, but also in long-form blog posts, online articles, case studies, ghostwritten articles, advertorials, and more.
Carol Tice of Make a Living Writing and Linda Formichelli got together to create a ten-week class that takes you through every element of successful magazine feature-style article writing. Here’s where you can check it out: http://articlemasterclass.com
In this class, you’ll have access to a forum directed by Carol, as well as magazine editors who will answer your questions and critique your assignments:
- Sarah Smith, Executive Editor of Redbook
- Connie Gentry, editor of the trade magazine FSR (Full Service Restaurant)
- Peggy Bennett, a former editor for Entrepreneur and other national magazines
This is a chance to learn what it’s really like to work with editors and exactly how to craft a salable article.
To get more details, including a class schedule and info on the live Q&A calls, go to http://articlemasterclass.com/. The class is limited to 100 students, and a good number of the slots are already filled.
There’s a kick-off call on January 6 called What’s Wrong with Your Headline, then the class officially starts on the January 13.