Writing Feature Articles: A Practical Guide to Methods and Markets
This book is aimed at everybody who wants to write feature articles - including students on journalism courses; practising journalists, staff or freelance; people in trades and professions who have the need or occasion to write articles and are not sure how to go about it; people in PR and advertising; and people looking for a new hobby.
Writing Feature Articles has proved invaluable, not only to students on journalism courses in the UK and overseas, but also to journalists extending their range, and to freelance and aspiring writers. Examples have been updated for this edition, and new information included on word processing.
A best-selling guide to writing articles for a variety of media.
Provides practical and in-depth guidance to successful writing and publishing.
Provides practical assignments to enhance teaching/learning.
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