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It accepts essays maximum of 10,000 words long in September or March. Check on your submission status first before emailing. You are asked to include a word count and the genre in the cover letter. The pay is variable. Bustle. It is a lifestyle site that will accept personal essays from women of 800-2000 words long. The average payment is 5.With personal essays, we’re looking for writing with a strong voice that doesn’t just describe your own experience, but builds on it to create something deeply valuable and compelling to readers.There’s more than one way to do that. It might be writing about something other people haven’t experienced and will be fascinated to understand better, or a discussion of something tough or.Personal Essays. Why I Still Believe In “The One,” And You Should Too. Interviews. The Bachelorette’s Marquel Martin Tells Us About Social Cookie, His Delicious New Business. For more samples of my work for Bustle, click here.
I specialise in features, investigations, profiles, long reads and personal essays across a broad range of subjects including health, lifestyle, books, relationships as well as marginalised communities, contemporary faith, British identity and more. AWARDS: Shortlisted: 'Features' category, Amnesty Media Awards 2020 Shortlisted: 'Media' category, Asian Woman of Achievement Awards 2019 Winner.Read More
How To Pitch Personal Essays To BuzzFeed Ideas. BuzzFeed Ideas is looking for unique, well-told personal essays that people will want to share. Here's an FAQ. By Doree Shafrir. Doree Shafrir BuzzFeed Executive Editor, Culture. Posted on August 28, 2014, at 8:39 p.m. ET Tweet Share Copy How do I know if my story is worth telling.Read More
The Opposite of Loneliness is a collection of her short stories and personal essays, all of which were chosen by Anne Fadiman (her college professor and friend) after Marina's death. She is remembered as the talented writer that died after her graduation, but for me that doesn't do her justice. She wasn't just a writer, she was a story-teller, she had, and still has, the capability to draw.Read More
This class is recommended for students who are currently working on writing personal essays, or have written essays in the past and are diving back into the form. Any level of essay-writing experience is fine, from personal essay blog posts on up to published work. In this class, we’ll discover: - What a pop culture essay is, and how it differs from traditional personal essays and media.Read More
Personal Essays: How I Survived Wedding Season in My First Year of Sobriety (The New York Times) Giving Up Alcohol Made Me Date Like a Teenager Again (The Cut) Why I Gave Up Drinking — And How It Changed My Life (A Cup of Jo) Falling In Love Without Alcohol (Man Repeller) How Dry January Delayed My Inevitable Sobriety (Bustle) You Don’t Need to Drink Alcohol to Celebrate Jewish Holidays.Read More
Bustle Digital Group is the largest premium publisher reaching millennial women. Every month, nearly 80 million readers turn to Bustle Digital Group publications — Bustle, Romper, Elite Daily, Mic, and The Zoe Report — for impactful conversation around the interests and issues engaging women today.Read More
Personal Essays. I love to turn a difficult topic into an engaging personal essay. Here are some favorites: Recovery: At 30, My Gray Area Drinking Problem Spiraled Into Alcoholism—and I Lost My Dream Job (Prevention) Like Demi Lovato, I Relapsed. This Is What I Wish I’d Known. (Marie Claire) This Is What No One Tells You About Relapsing (Like Demi Lovato And Me) (HuffPost) What It’s.Read More
I covered celebrity news at Bustle and created copy for a variety of brands, ranging from ecommerce, travel, dating, and desserts. I build community and create content for a remote, tech start-up. Along the way, I continue to document my journey through personal essays and writing fiction.Read More
In life 's hustle and bustle sometimes it’s easy to get lost in the whole process leaving you wondering is your life leading you instead of you leading it. I needed to find some personal fulfillment in my life. So I had to do a self-check to discover what my true purpose was in this life. How impactful was I in changing the world. I was completely satisfied raising my son and being engaged.Read More