Freelance Writing, with Jennifer Van Evra
September 25, 12-1:30 p.m. PT
What does it take to be a successful magazine, newspaper and online writer?
Breaking into the biz can seem daunting, but veteran Vancouver writer Jennifer Van Evra (Globe and Mail, CBC, Condé Nast, Harvard Business Review) explains what it takes to get published and shares her time-tested tricks.
Make sure to bring your questions, too!
Jennifer Van Evra is an award-winning Vancouver writer and broadcaster.
Her work has appeared in dozens of publications including the Globe and Mail, Metropolis, Mother Jones, Condé Nast, Harvard Business Review, Vancouver magazine and many more.
For nearly two decades she has also been a CBC reporter and producer, most recently on The Current and q, and has produced award-winning documentaries, podcasts, series and specials.
Jennifer is also a UBC writing instructor, and dozens of her students have been published in major magazines and newspapers.
Check out her website!
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