Feature • October 23rd, 2014

5 Ways to Flourish as a Freelance Correspondent in Foreign Countries

By Bryan Kay

When I first set out on my maiden assignment as an independent foreign stringer, I was young, inexperienced, and taking a giant step into the unknown. From one angle, it was scary. But from another vantage point, the move represented the most exciting opportunity of my fledgling career.

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Feature • October 22nd, 2014

‘A Language Game': NYT Bestseller Austin Kleon Explains How Freelancers Should Promote Themselves

By Aubre Andrus

Writer Barry Hannah once said, “Have you tried making yourself a more interesting person?” I don’t think that’s bad advice.

Feature • October 21st, 2014

Ask a Freelancer: How Do You Balance Writing With Running a Business?

By Nicole Dieker

The secret to managing a workday with a large amount of writing and a substantial amount of administrative work is to use the smaller tasks as brief palette cleansers.

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