A Tally of Success: Writing Pad Toots its Horn

carrieBy Paula Sword Orr and Marilyn Friedman

 
We’ve helped writers of every background get articles and essays published. We’ve even helped professional writers get published in bigger places. No matter what you do or what kind of family you’re from (from The Brady Bunch to Shameless), you’ve got stories worth hearing.
 
Writing Pad has helped 54 students get paid and published for their work in publications such as Self, Marie Claire, LA Times, Salon, Spirit Magazine, and New York Magazine.
 
You can read some of them here: Black Clock, Boston Globe, Brain, Child #1, Brain, Child #2, DAME, Elle, 5280, LA Times #1, LA Times #2, LA Times #3, LA Times #4, LA Times #5, LA Times #6Marie Claire #1, Marie Claire #2, Men’s Journal, Morning News, Nerve, Salon #1, Salon #2, Salon #3, Salon #4, Salon #5, Salon #6, Salon #7, Salon #8, Salon #9, Salon #10, Salon #11, Salon #12, Salon #13, Salon #14San Diego Union-Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, Self #1, Self #2, The Beauty Bean, Shine, The Date Report, The Smart Set, Vice, Whole Life, xoJANE #1, xoJANE #2, and xoJANE #3, xoJANE #4, xoJANE #5, xoJane #6, xoJANE #7, xoJANE #8!

 

These are only a handful of the polished student pieces that made some dough. Ready to go freelance? Get your essay ready for publication at one of our next classes.
 

Let blog guru and journalista, Natasha Vargas-Cooper (NY Times, Atlantic) help you get published too! Natasha’s next 1-day Personal Essay Class, You in 1200 Words: Writing the Personal Essay is scheduled for Wednesday, May 14th. Sign up now — these spots go fast!

 

What are you waiting for? Let’s add yours to the mix!