104: Nonfiction Articles You Can Write Part 2

Nonfiction Articles You Can Write Part 2

More of What Magazines are Looking For

June 15, 2018

 

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NONFICTION ARTICLES YOU CAN WRITE, PART 2

Last week, we talked about how many magazines are looking for nonfiction articles. We covered four types of nonfiction articles including the how-to, the fact piece, sports, and the arts. This week we offer up five more nonfiction topics for magazine articles, including biography, profiles, self-help, history, and personal experience.

Remember you also want to check a magazine’s website, previous issues, and even a market guide like the one in our bookstore so you can direct your articles to the publishers most likely
to buy them.

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