Journalism For Women - With an Essay From Arnold Bennett By F J Harvey Darton
Publisher: White Press
First published in 1898, “Journalism For Women” is a guide to becoming a good journalist originally designed for women and written by Arnold Bennett. Within it, Bennet outlines various lines of study and training recommended for journalists new and old, offering tips on such subjects as first steps, style, types of newspaper, working with colleagues, and much more. Contents include: “Imperfections of the Existing Woman-journalist”, “The Road Towards Journalism”, “The Aspirant”, “Style”, “The Outside Contributor”, “The Search for Copy”, “The Art of Corresponding with an Editor”, “Notes on the Leading Types of Papers”, etc. Enoch Arnold Bennett (1867–1931) was an English writer. Although he is perhaps best remembered for his popular novels, Bennett also produced work in other areas including the theatre, propaganda, journalism, and film. Other notable works by this author include: “Helen with a High Hand” (1910), “The Card” (1911), and “Hilda Lessways” (1911). Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with an introductory essay by F. J. Harvey Darton.