Online Writers Workshop: How to Generate Ideas and Make Them Narrow for Great Magazine Articles
05/24/2012

The Working Writer’s Club invites you to join Melissa Abramovitz for her online writer’s workshop, “How to Generate Ideas and Make Them Narrow Enough for Great Magazine Articles” on Tuesday, May 29, 2012 at 12 pm CST.

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Online Writers Workshop: How to Generate Ideas and Make Them Narrow Enough for Great Magazine Articles with Melissa Abramovitz

The online writer’s workshops at the Working Writer’s Club are the place to be for varied topics to help you guide your freelance writing career.

Do you dream of the moment of seeing your byline in a magazine? Do you often wonder how a freelance writer obtains these assignments? A narrow focus is the key. Magazines have strict guidelines to adhere to their layouts and space is limited. Learning how to generate ideas and make them narrow enough for great magazine articles will guide you in your quest of securing magazine article assignments.

The Working Writer’s Club invites you to join Melissa Abramovitz for her online writer’s workshop, “How to Generate Ideas and Make Them Narrow Enough for Great Magazine Articles” on Tuesday, May 29, 2012 at 12 pm CST.

Topic: How to Generate Ideas and Make Them Narrow Enough for Great Magazine Articles

Date: Tuesday, May 29, 2012 at 12 pm CST

Presenter: Melissa Abramovitz

Cost: Free for Working Writer’s Club Members

Working Writer’s Club members will automatically receive an invite to this workshop and if you are not a Working Writer’s Club member you will need to join the Working Writer’s Club. Details: www.workingwritersclub.com/join-2/.

About the presenter:

Melissa Abramovitz is a versatile writer who enjoys writing for all age groups, from preschoolers through adults. While she specializes in nonfiction magazine articles and educational books on health topics, she also writes on a variety of other topics, including science, nature, and history. She has published some fiction and poetry as well, and has written five rhyming children’s picture books.

Her new book for writers, A Treasure Trove of Opportunity: How to Write and Sell Articles for Children’s Magazines, was released by E and E Publishing, February 2012 and her children’s picture books, ABC’s of Health and Safety and Helping Herbie Hedgehog, are under contract with Guardian Angel Publishing.

Visit Melissa at www.amazon.com/Melissa-Abramovitz/e/B001HOWGMI for a listing of books. She is a member of the SCBWI.

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