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How to Become a Successful Food Writer

  By posted Jul 3rd 2012
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Develop your writing skills and style. You may have the most unique palette and food sense, but you will never be able to crack it as a food writer if you are not a master of your communication skills.

Traditionally, communication and journalism courses have ruled the roost as the places of knowledge where one can hone their writing skills. However, newcomers are luckier these days, as today's publishers value acumen over degrees. Experience in a culinary field counts higher than a journalism degree for food writing jobs. 

However, do not treat this as an excuse to not do your homework. Basics like grammar, writing style and appeal are crucial. Without these, your writing will not be interesting and you will not find placement as a food writer.

 

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