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Constance Hale

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Constance Hale is an American writer and critic based in San Francisco. Her journalism has appeared in metropolitan newspapers and national magazines, but she is best known for her books on language: Sin and Syntax; Vex, Hex, Smash, Smooch; and Wired Style. She teaches writing and editing at Harvard University and the University of California at Berkeley.

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Bookbaby has a series of videos of Constance Hale discussing various writing techniques with president Brian Felsen. Some are really short and very specific to her, but some can really serve as great advice.

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Constance Hale talks about why freelancing can be amazing. It's unpredictable, usually unreliable, but a great personal goal to reach to challenge oneself to tackle any number of topics possible. Good motivation for people unsure if they want to take that step to commit time to this profession. What do you want to write about? Just pick the publication that would let you write about and pitch it. But remember to be flexible about your process, your content, and your language. Different editors like different styles and have different ways of working. Keep all this in mind and empower yourself to freelance.

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