5 Things You Need to Know to Write for Magazines
with Kerrie Flanagan
Whether you're an aspiring novelist, poet, storyteller or non-fiction writer, writing for magazines is one of the most essential and valuable things you can do to develop your career.
Writing for magazines helps you:
Unfortunately, the requirements for magazine writing and the wide variety of markets where you can sell your work can be a bit overwhelming and difficult to penetrate.
In this free session, author Kerrie Flanagan will share valuable insider tips to help guide you through the wilderness of publications out there. Kerrie will also be teaching a special Delve bootcamp starting in September that will go into even greater depth on writing for and selling to magazines.
About the Instructor
Kerrie Flanagan is the Director of Northern Colorado Writers, a writing consultant, an accomplished freelance writer, author and publisher. Over the past decade she has been published in national and regional publications and enjoyed two years as a contributing editor for Journey magazine. Her articles have appeared in the 2011 Guide to Literary Agents, as well as the 2012, 2013 and the 2014 Writer’s Markets, Writer’s Digest Magazine and The Writer. She was a frequent contributor for WOW! Women on Writing. She is the author of Planes, Trains and Chuck & Eddie, Write Away; A Year of Musing, Motivations and Missions for Writers and the founder of Hot Chocolate Press. Six of her essays are found in various Chicken Soup for The Soul books.
Her background in teaching and her passion for helping writers reach their full potential shows through in the workshops she teaches. Since founding Northern Colorado Writers in 2007, Kerrie teaches an average of 20 writing workshops each year. In addition to these classes she offers through NCW, she has also been a presenter at Pikes Peak Writers Conference, the Douglas County Writers Conference, and the Colorado Christian Writers Conference multiple times. She has given talks at the Cheyenne Public Library, the Society of Technical Communicators, the Greeley Library, Red Feather Lakes Library and the Colorado Council of the International Reading Association.
Learn more at www.kerrieflanagan.com.
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Thursday, August 28th
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