· Writing,Publishing

Trish Hall Shares What the NY Times Editors are Looking for in an Op-Ed

With over 25 years in written media, Trish Hall coaches authors on what New York Times editors are looking for in an OP Ed piece.

Do you believe you are writing a timely piece that everyone should read? If this piece so compelling that the public will weep when they read it? Then maybe, you should consider writing an Op Ed piece, an opinionated article submitted to a newspaper for publication. Writer, journalist, and former New York Times Op Ed editor, Trish Hall is here to mentor you. With over 25 years of experience in written media, Trish provides listeners with essential knowledge on what attractive an Op Ed editor. Listen as Trish shares her background in editing, her criteria for evaluating pieces, and finally if the piece has that timely, compelling, ‘it’ factor that she is looking for. Come prepared to take lots of notes as Trish shares her insight with this informative discussion.

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