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How to convince editors to let you write the stories you’re excited about: WriteLane podcast

Lane DeGregory and Maria Carrillo share tips about pitching projects and ideas.
 [Maria Carrillo]
[Maria Carrillo]
Published Dec. 11, 2019
Updated Dec. 17, 2019

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