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Being in Television and Scriptwriting
Screenwriter and editor Mark Boutros, known for Celebrity Juice , Through the Keyhole , and Sam Delaney’s News Thing , discusses what it is like to work in the hugely...
About Being in Television and Scriptwriting
Being a food writer
Breaking Bread with Food Writer Elly McCausland Elly McCausland began her food blog and seven years on and 369 recipes down, she’s writing for major newspapers and...
About Being a food writer
The World of Literary Translation
Know your interests When I found out that the British Centre for Literature Translation (BCLT), based in the University of East Anglia’s School of Literature, needed two...
About The World of Literary Translation
Becoming a successful journalist
Anna Walker is an associate editor at the Reader’s Digest. She is involved in both the print and digital aspects of the organization. Anna’s wide range of experiences from her time at UEA...
About Becoming a successful journalist
Travel the World with Journalism
The day before Lauren Razavi was due to jet off to Bali, I was lucky enough to talk to her about her career as a freelance journalist and travel writer. She graduated with a degree in...
About Travel the World with Journalism
Getting into Editorial
What does it take to be an editorial assistant in a top publishing company? Carla Josephson has worked with leading crime and thriller writers at Simon and Schuster, since completing...
About Getting into Editorial
Advice for Budding Scriptwriters
Henrietta Hardy is a contract writer for BBC One’s Doctors, a medical soap opera, and has also penned scripts for long-running medical series Casualty and drama The Bill. For the long-running...
About Advice for Budding Scriptwriters
How to be a Successful Author
Eliza Robertson’s work ethic puts most writers to shame. She shrugs and recalls how as an undergrad she was writing 5,000 words a week and sending her work out to literary journals on a regular...
About How to be a Successful Author