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Thread: Where to start? Educational freelance and WFH

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    Where to start? Educational freelance and WFH

    Hi,
    I want to try to get into writing for educational publications as a freelance or work for hire writer. I am a, soon to be, ex-art teacher with a Masters in Education so my educational background is good, but I have no writing credentials, and all the WFH book producers I've found want published writers. So where do I start? I've been looking at some of these magazines like Highlights and such, but those are hard as hell to get into as well. Any ideas of good places to submit writing to to build up my resume? My time is limited and I hate the idea of spending a bunch of time and energy writing something for a specific publication that isn't likely to publish it.
    Thanks!!
    Last edited by Girlsgottawrite; 03-21-2018 at 12:16 AM.

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