Writing is a true art of a pursuit – there are few careers or media that are more subjective nor more able to entertain, inform, or persuade. And satire is even more of a tricky pursuit, being one of the hardest forms of writing to pull off. But when it succeeds, it can convey a message in the best of ways – with humor, gravitas, and pith. But it’s a skill you have to learn and practice in order to get it right, and learning from those who have gone before is, as always, the best way to do so.
Reductress is the first and only satirical women’s magazine, which has truly become essential reading. And you can now get the Learn to Write Satire from the Founders of Reductress course for the reduced price of $39.99, a hefty discount of 27 percent off the full ordinary purchase price of $55. Hone your writing wit with advice from the professionals, and respected practitioners in the satire business.
Editors Beth Newell and Sarah Pappalardo, founders and editors of Reductress, have based this course on the popular recurring writer’s workshop out of their offices in NYC. Their seminar goes over the fundamentals of satire writing in the style and method of Reductress, meaning you’ll learn what makes a great piece, how to generate ideas based on current events, how to build a solid headline and write a satirical piece of your own. This e-learning format means you can take the course at your own pace, and you can submit a draft of your piece for notes from a Reductress editor at the end of your workshop. The course includes four lectures and 2.5 hours of content on the subject of satire writing, as well as downloadable resources, course notes, and more.
The Learn to Write Satire from the Founders of Reductress is now on sale for $39.99, helping you diversify your writing output.
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