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Can I Become a Published Writer?

Yes – the beauty of writing is that anyone can do it. All publishers are really interested in is how well you write – they are not concerned about your:

  • age – publishers are not interested in how old you are, unless it’s integral to the writing, such as an article about your experience in the war years.

  • location – you can be anywhere in the world as long as you have the means to send your work either hard copy or electronically to the publisher.

  • back-ground – this is irrelevant in writing as anyone can write about anything, all you need is the ability to research well.

  • culture – as with background, publishers are not concerned about what culture you come from.

  • sexual orientation – another factor that is irrelevant to publishers.

  • gender – you can be male and write fantastic stories or articles for women and vice versa, gender is not important.

  • educational achievements – as long as you can write well publishers are not interested in what educational achievements you attained unless you hope to write as an ‘expert’ on a subject.

 

If you want to find out more about being a published writer request a Writers Bureau Comprehensive Creative Writing course prospectus today!

 

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Criselle Nunag Writers Bureau's Student of the Year 2019

“From the course I learned how to study my target audience, identify how to make the most out of my idea/story, do proper research, perform market analysis for my chosen magazine and polish my grammar. The Writers Bureau taught me to write confidently and responsibly. I learned to produce original and interesting stories, I just have to be true to myself. Writing became a fulfilling hobby that pays!”

Criselle Nunag - Writers Bureau Student of the Year 2019

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