one on one

Are you stuck in an ideas rut?

Do you always find yourself writing about the same subjects for the same publications?

This two-hour one-on-one session with journalist and lecturer Ellie Levenson, author of Creativity and Feature Writing: How to get hundreds of ideas every day (Routledge) helps established journalists to widen their pool of ideas and think about new markets for their work.

Together, you will also look at how to develop expertise and how to look again at research and ideas you have written about in the past to update and repackage your work for new audiences.

You will come away from this session with a long list of new ideas - and new angles on old ideas - to start working into pitches.

Online or in-person in a central London coffee shop, dates by arrangement.

Getting there

Online or in-person in a central London coffee shop, dates by arrangement.

About Ellie Levenson

Ellie Levenson is a freelance journalist writing features and comments for a range of national newspapers and magazines.

Publications she has written for include the Guardian, The Times, the Independent, Financial Times, the Daily Telegraph, Daily Express, New Statesman, TES, THES, Cosmopolitan, Mother & Baby, Easy Living, Sugar and Chat.

She is the former editor of Fabian Review at the Fabian Society and is a part-time lecturer in journalism at Goldsmiths College, University of London.

Ellie is also the author of two non fiction books, The Noughtie Girl's Guide to Feminism (2009) and Fifty Campaigns to Shout About (2011), both published by Oneworld Publications.