Breakfast with Celia Bryce: Writing for magazines
The magazine market is open for freelance writers. From trade and association publications, to special interest magazines, to regional and national consumer publications, editors are looking for writers who can deliver well-researched, reader-targeted articles on deadline.
In this workshop, Celia Bryce will cover the basics of writing for magazines, give advice on what magazines look for in their stories and how to get published.
About Celia Bryce
Celia Bryce is an author who loves writing short stories. She has been writing commercial fiction for Women’s Weekly over almost two decades, working quite happily with the same editing team she started out with. Whatever she writes, Celia prefers to step back in time and research the period, immersing herself in it completely, finding characters and tales to tell about them. Celia’s stories have also been broadcast on Radio 4 and published in literary magazines in England and Ireland. Celia packs a lot into her working day writing short fiction, novels and songs, then escapes the solitude of her computer to run writing workshops, visit schools and sing with her band.
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