With the rise of the Internet, the world is smaller than ever before. Whether you’re designing websites for a global marketplace or managing translation of Read more . . .
Alison Albitz I began my undergrad with only one major: a BFA in creative writing. After one semester, I knew that pursuing only one major Read more . . .
by Amanda Bernhardt “Why did you change this?!” said a researcher who had just stormed into my office. He was holding an issue brief I recently Read more . . .
by India Johnson After you’ve submitted your writing sample and/or portfolio, it’s time to prepare for the in-person interview. Take a deep breath, relax, and Read more . . .
The leap from writing your first article to calling yourself a professional writer can seem vast, but there are a number of small steps along Read more . . .
by Carolyn Morrison Long ago, in high school, I had a writerly friend. We would share poems we had written and exchange notebooks in a Read more . . .
By Andrea Calabretta As I writer at the beginning of my career, I once got a job offer by email from the managing editor of Read more . . .
A pitch is a brief message to an editor written with the purpose of selling your story. Sometimes called a query letter or proposal, the Read more . . .
For many a writer, the idea of “networking” causes cold sweats. Those who gravitate to the profession of the pen often lean towards the solitary, Read more . . .
Picture this scenario: Editor X receives two nearly identical pitches—one from Writer A and one from Writer B. Writer A uses snappier language and a Read more . . .