The oped section is often one of the easiest places for new writers to break into a publication, because it relies on personal experience and opinion. Newspapers, websites, and magazines often look for oped pieces from non-staffers that relate to the current events of the day, or evergreen pieces pinned to holidays, changing seasons, yearly events, etc.. In this workshop, we'll talk about what makes a good topic for an oped, how to write one, and how to sell one.
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Earlier Event: September 30Lecture: "This Topic" at the NYPL
Later Event: November 17Lecture / Workshop on the Pop-Up Museum of Queer History