Freelance journalism demystified! Do you want to be a freelance journalist, but have no idea where to begin? Or are you already a writer of sorts but want to see your name in the biggies? In Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Freelance Journalism, you will learn how to: 1. Prep yourself for this career 2. Come up with fresh and original story ideas 3.Find markets for your stories 4.Approach editors with confidence 5.Write a winning pitch 6.Research and write a feature 7. Negotiate pay and rights 8. Cope with rejection 9.Write for the foreign media 10.Market yourselves through social media and more...Everything You Always Wanted to Know... is filled with practical advice and real life examples from two journalists who have written for the biggest and the best. Editors from some of your dream publications, including The New York Times, The Guardian, National Geographic Traveller and Forbes, tell you how to succeed in the business. Top freelance writers reveal their secrets to getting published and making more money. And we hold your hand through the whole process.
About the Author
Kavitha Rao is a writer and a journalist, who writes on current affairs, arts, culture, people, and places. Her writings have been published in several national as well as international papers, including The National Time, The Guardian, New York Times, Elle India, Vogue India, and many more. For The Guardian, she writes a popular column titled Terra India, for which she won Asian Environmental Journalism Award. She is also a representative of a media training company that provides training for speaking in media. Charukesi Ramadurai is a journalist and a freelance writer. Her works have appeared in The New York Times, The Economist, National Geographic Traveller, The Guardian, and another long list. She writes on travel, food, arts, books, culture, gender, and development issues.