David Hill Tells How to Pitch a Freelance Story

NWU First VP David Hill gave writers a powerful tutorial on working as a freelance journalist last night at the UAW conference rooms in NYC. He laid out in clear, concise language how he goes about pitching articles, how he builds long-term relationships with editors, many of whom move from publication to publication, and how […]

Schivone on Staying Relevant as a Writer

Gabe Schivone spoke on April 11 at the NY UAW conference rooms about his experience writing for a  plethora of genres and platforms, from theatrical scripts to comic books, and nonfiction historical accounts to novels.   His talk was hugely informative and covered his start as a journalist by interviewing Naom Chomsky, pitching articles, and […]

NYC Chapter Resumes Monthly Series Oct. 11

The NY Chapter has resumed its monthly speaker programs, where writers can learn about the business side of writing. We will cover topics such as social media platforms for marketing, identifying and expressing your brand, writing  kick-ass query letters and getting an agent/editor, creating a winning press packet, writing in multiple genres on multiple platforms, […]