I’ve sweated out late nights in front of the screen, laboring for the perfect words as a deadline approached.
Our art director at Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine likes to put “Easter eggs” in the app version of our magazine as a way to amuse readers (and, truthfully, himself) with little surprises.
A dim but unrelenting chorus chimes in my mind. “Where is that word I want?”
Once upon a time, the personal essay was a staple of periodical literature, but even in just my lifetime that has changed.
As a newcomer to OWAA’s annual conference and to the freelancing world, I found the Meet the Editors panel, at the July conference was a treasure trove of advice on how to get published, and most importantly paid, for novices like me.
But sometimes people want to hear exactly what a subject has to say in his or her own words. That’s where the question-and-answer format comes in.
Although every magazine has a mission — for most it is making a profit — there is a segment of the market that puts purpose ahead of profit.
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