How To Become A Freelance Writer: Ideate, Pitch & Publish

A two-week course to get you started with your freelancing career.

With Anubhuti Krishna
Freelance food and travel writer


Do you want to take the leap and kickstart your freelancing career?

Learn how to take your passion for writing to the next level. It may be daunting to leave your full-time job, but you can go professional and make a living out of your hobby. Gain an understanding of how to build your platform under the guidance of experienced freelance writer, Anubhuti Krishna. This two-week course will build your confidence and help you get started with your freelancing career. With crucial tips on how to ideate content, network with clients and pitch to publications, this is the crash course you need to get started in the industry.

DURATION: 2 weeks (12 hours)

DATES: 20th/21st & 27th/28th March 2021 (Saturdays & Sundays)
4:00 to 6:00 PM

AGE LIMIT: 18 and above


  • Building your portfolio
  1. Pitching to publications
  1. Finding clients
  2. Logistics of freelancing

Wondering if this course is for you?

Drop a query and we will get in touch to answer all your questions.


    Week 1

    20th March, Saturday (4-6 PM)
    Basics of Content Writing

    1. What is content writing
    2. The genres of content you could write
    3. Difference between various styles of content writing
    4. Choosing what style suits you best

    21st March, Sunday (11 AM - 2 PM)
    Bound Workshop with Tara Khandelwal, Founder of Bound
    Building Your Personal Brand

    21st March, Sunday (4-6 PM)

    Difference between the genres of food and travel writing

    Travel writing and its components.
    Types of travel writing and which one you could choose based on your skills and interests
    Eg: Listicles, reportage, personal essays, first-person accounts, travel guides, memoirs etc.

    Food writing and its components
    Types of food writing and which one you could choose based on your skills and interests
    Eg: Food fiction, food lists, food history, reviews, recipes, round ups, food systems, culinary heritage, documentation etc.

    Week 2

    27th March, Saturday (4-6 PM)
    How to Pitch

    1. The most important step in freelance writing: Pitching
    2. What to keep in mind when pitching to different editors
    3. Practice writing pitches to different kinds of editors and publications
    4. Feedback -- one on one and collective -- on pitches written in class and done as pre-work

    28th March, Sunday (11 AM - 12 PM)
    Guest Lecture with Radhika Malhan,
    Founder of Radical / Creative & Marketing Strategy Consultant

    28th March, Sunday (4-6 PM)
    Logistics of a writing career

    1. Deciding on the commercials of writing assignments/projects
    2. What to look for in the contracts you sign -- and why should you insist on one
    3. Invoicing and ensuring your money comes to you
    4. Creating your brand as a writer and following it with a portfolio and/or website
    How To Become A Freelance Writer: Ideate, Pitch & Publish

    Meet The Instructor: Anubhuti Krishna

    Anubhuti Krishna is a freelance writer and brand consultant. She started freelancing full time in 2018. She has written for all major publications across the country and outside. Some of them are: National Geographic, Conde Nast Traveller, Lonely Planet, Goya Journal, Travel and leisure, Discover India, The Hindu, The Week, Time Out, South China Morning Post Architectural Digest and many more. Initially, she only wrote travel and slowly moved to personal essays and food. For the past three years, she has written about varied subjects mostly related to food, travel, design and mental health.


    1. 12 hours of live online instruction from an industry expert
    2. Critical one-on-one feedback on your pitches
    3. Tips on building a personal brand and networking
    4. Understand the inner workings of the content writing industry
    5. Bonus guest session and Bound workshop

    All Inclusive

    INR 6,000

    Limited seats available!


    Class Bundle Offers


    Q. Is there an application process to join this course?

    A. No, there is no application process. Anyone who wants to become a freelance writer or learn food and travel writing can benefit from this course.

    Q. Do I have to make full payment before the course begins?

    A. Yes.

    Q. Will I get a certificate?

    A. Yes, you will receive an official certificate from Bound.

    Q. If I have to miss one session, what do I do?

    A. Please contact [email protected] as soon as you are sure that you will miss a session. We will try our best to address your absence. The class payment is non-refundable. You can, however, use the amount towards another class or service.

    Q. What if I have more questions?

    A. Fill up our query form and a member of our team will get in touch with you.


    Bound Testimonial

    • I am so grateful to Tara for pointing me in the right direction at the crucial stages of writing my book. While working together, every time I read her notes, suggestions or advice, I remember thinking, ‘That makes perfect sense! I should do exactly what she says!’ And it always turned out to be a change for the better, making all the difference. Tara has given clarity and conciseness to my jumble of thoughts and it is with her help that I can show my work to the publishing world with some confidence. So again, I am very thankful!
      Susan George
      On Tara's editing services
    • This was really amazing and I never thought that there would be/ could be a session where someone could actually tell you about publishing. Most of the information was new for me now I actually know how I can go further and use other resources thanks so much Tara and Aishwarya. This workshop was a unique experience I had very little information about traditional publishing and other than the technicalities I really appreciate the part about the thought process of editors.
      Deepika Mishra
      Freelance Content Writer and Consultant
    • I found the workshop quite useful as I had no prior knowledge of how publishing works - the concept of query letters, importance of body of work, how publishers decide what to commission, etc. It’s great to get a sense of this from people working in the space. 
      Ila Reddy
      Content Writer and Nonprofit Consultant
    • Thank you Tara and Aishwarya for the session! Had some great takeaways. I found the chance to get personal feedback amazing, along with the tips and tricks mentioned.
      Jas Haria
      Software Engineer and Writer

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