How to Write for Newspapers and Magazines
Taught by Tennille
Tennille-Lynn Millo is a vivacious female who's been writing her way through meals, vacations, and everyday woes.
Graduating from Utica College of Syracuse University in 2003, Tennille dabbled in playwriting, taking home second place for her play "Too Tired" from Syracuse University, which was produced in 2004.
Tennille spent a brief time assisting Scott Rudin Production's Script Development team, working on films, such as Failure To Launch, No Country For Old Men, and There Will Be Blood, before beginning her life as a Freelance Writer.
Today, Tennille works from her home in Long Island, balancing life as a wife, mother, and writer. Her work has been featured in Redbook, Newsday, CBS, MediaBistro, and NYMag.com.
Dreamt of getting paid to write food or book reviews, travel pieces, or fashion how-to's? Think the media market is to in debt to try? Think again! Writers are still cashing paychecks and receiving assignments on a monthly basis. As long as you've got an idea we'll give you the inside tips on how to pull it off and land a writing gig.
In this class you'll get the chance to sit down with professional freelance writer Tennille-Lynn Millo who will show you how to wow editors with the stories they want and need. You'll learn what constitutes a good idea, how to find the appropriate media outlet for it, and how to locate the editor and sell your idea.