For the first time ever, by popular demand, I’m offering:
You’ll be pitching with me by your side, 1:1, my eyes on everything you send out, so that you’re not just sending pitches, you’re actually landing assignments.
Over a period of 12 weeks, I’ll be working with you personally to help write 10 pitches that catch the eye of top editors, bring in high-paying assignments, and enable you to tell the stories that you love.
Writers who’ve had their pitches critiqued by me have placed them in publications such as The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, South China Morning Post, Elle, Marie Claire, Ms., National Geographic Traveler, Bustle, Afar, and more.
I help you clear the cobwebs of confusion and get straight to the point of the story you’re pitching, in a way that piques the curiosity of editors and has them emailing you to ask for more.
We get straight into it from the very first day.
We focus on both clarity of storytelling and the actual writing of the pitch.
I created this program because while I’ve been teaching pitching for over a decade now, with students published in almost every well-known publication in the world, including TIME, The New York Times, BBC, The Guardian, Vice, Mother Jones, CNN, and National Geographic, I’ve very rarely been personally involved in taking my students from idea to finished pitch.
I’ll show you EXACTLY how to think about your specific story ideas, the things to think about when you present them, and the many questions editors will be asking before they assign the story.
You will, from the get go:
- Learn how to think about your specific story ideas and the best ways to present them
- Understand how to anticipate objections or concerns that editors may have about your story idea and address them in the pitch itself
- Get good at knowing what to put in your pitches (to make sure that the editor understands the story clearly) and what to leave out (so that there’s a hunger and curiosity to know more)
- Become aware of the many different templates available to you in which to structure your pitch for maximum effect
- Know the questions editors ask, both about the story idea and the way you’ll execute it, before they make an assignment
This is for both experienced and new freelancers who are ready to stop struggling with pitching and start telling the stories they love.
We’ve sold half the spots already.
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