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Holly G. Miller is a professional in residence at Anderson University, senior editor of The Saturday Evening Post and freelance contributor to several national magazines.
Table of Contents
|Preface: The Future of Magazines is Bright||p. vii|
|Preparing to Write Feature and Magazine Articles||p. 1|
|Capturing Reader Attention||p. 3|
|The Hunt for Fresh Ideas||p. 14|
|Strong Angles and Focused Ideas||p. 27|
|Original Research = Original Articles||p. 39|
|Interviews: Goal-Driven Conversations||p. 57|
|Selling Feature and Magazine Articles||p. 73|
|Finding the Right Market||p. 75|
|Query Letters that Sell||p. 88|
|Writing Feature and Magazine Articles||p. 103|
|Hooks, Intros and Leads||p. 105|
|Action-Filled Writing||p. 116|
|The Art of the Anecdote||p. 127|
|Improving Your Pizzazz||p. 138|
|Don't Botch the Basics||p. 150|
|Different Types of Feature and Magazine Articles||p. 157|
|Blurbs, Briefs and Brighteners||p. 159|
|In Focus: The Well-Balanced Profile||p. 171|
|Writing Dramatic Stories||p. 190|
|Help! Writing the How-to Feature||p. 206|
|Connecting Content to the Calendar||p. 220|
|Trends, Issues and Controversies||p. 234|
|Writing to Inspire and Motivate||p. 245|
|Writing for Professionals and Practitioners||p. 259|
|Writing for Online Publications||p. 271|
|Last Chance: The Final Draft||p. 287|
|How to Find a Magazine Job||p. 292|
|Shoptalk-a Glossary Of Magazine Lingo||p. 305|
|Suggested In-Class Activities and Assignments||p. 315|
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