Arts Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of arts journalists below. We found 91 arts journalists listed.

Christopher Good

Chicago-based writer and editor.

US


Susie Norris

Cookbook Author; Food & Travel Writer

My goal in writing is to teach. That's probably a legacy from my years as a Pastry Chef/Instructor at culinary school in Los Angeles. Now I write about desserts, travel, culture, and cuisine. I teach classes on baking techniques and food policy, and I run HappyChocolates.biz, an artisan chocolate company. This portfolio is an archive of my articles and reviews, including those about my cookbooks, CHOCOLATE BLISS (Random House/Celestial Arts, 2008), HAND-CRAFTED CANDY BARS (with Susan Heeger; Chronicle, 2013), and the latest, A BAKER'S PASSPORT (Amazon, February 2019). The blog FoodMarketGypsy.com chronicles these adventures and won the International Association of Culinary Professionals Digital Media Award, 2016. In other writing realms, I served as a television executive and a grant writer. I look for collaborations on story concepts, familiarity trips, reviews, junkets, and those who share the philosophy that baking and breaking bread are important, humorous, and life-affirming pursuits.


Tejas Nair

Freelance Writer

I am from Mumbai and I focus on wordplay. Originally an Engineering graduate, I am currently a Content and Digital Marketing Manager at SMG Convonix. Hobbies included reading, watching films, and playing video games.


Andrew Bauld

Writer and Audio Producer

Experienced writer, audio producer, and communications specialist with extensive background in education and nonprofit fields.


Lara Kinne // Larisa Aral

Lara Kinne (also known as Larisa Aral) is a writer from Louisville, Ky. Since the launch of her independent music blog, "Huevos,” in 2007, Lara has written about the local music landscape and beyond. Her bylines include Louisville.com, LEO Weekly, Gonzo Today and Performer Magazine; additionally, Lara helped start the city’s first homeless street paper in 2014, Our Paper Louisville. She is currently a contributor at LEO Weekly and full-time proofreader with Kentuckiana Reporters. Follow her on Twitter @dangerboobs.


Wong Casandra

Senior Journalist at Yahoo News Singapore. Formerly from TODAY.

Storyteller ‖ Multimedia Producer ‖ Web Scavenger As a tech-savvy news junkie and wordsmith, I am passionate about writing, producing, packaging and curating content for the web. I'm always on the lookout for stories spotlighting socio-cultural issues, the everyday (wo)man and the community-at-large. Feel free to reach out at [email protected] for collaborations.

Singapore


Marina Daras

Freelance Journalist

I am a journalist living in London and currently working for several French speaking radio stations and newspaper as a UK correspondent. I have experience in print and radio journalism, occasionally TV, and can work in both French and English.


Aleda Johnson

Features Writer, Daily News-Record. Lifestyle Blogger, RoarinTwenties

Journalist hunting for the latest trends, but ready to step into roles as a writer, copyeditor, paginator or social media editor. I read almost as much as I write.

United States of America


Michelle Feder

writing and academic tutor

"Why is writing so hard?" Writing encompasses everything from coming up with ideas, planning, understanding the purpose of an assignment, shaping paragraphs, assembling sentences, to staying focused--down to the last spell-check. I want to help learners of every age find greater ease in self-expression, whether writing a college application essay, generating a paper of literary analysis, or studying vocabulary. I want them to become stronger readers, writers, thinkers. When I get to know new families, I strive to understand their goals, and I develop strategies to strengthen skills for every student. Whenever possible, I love to tailor the materials to their interests. In addition to overall language arts and humanities studies, I support students with language-based learning challenges, including dyslexia and dysgraphia. To better serve all learners, I studied Wired for Reading, a kid-friendly linguistics program designed to strengthen reading, spelling, and vocabulary. Past elementary school, few schools continue to focus on writing fundamentals. So for many students, with all kinds of minds, a structured approach, beginning at the sentence level, is the place to start. Before becoming a mentor for writing and learning, I worked as a journalist and writer for Microsoft and other Seattle-area ventures. As a writer, I tell stories through a human lens, designed to make businesses grow and individual lives better. Bringing together my professional background in communications and my passion for lifelong learning, I encourage a skill-based, conversational writing and thinking process with time-tested tools, craft, and heart. Whether your focus is remediation, enrichment, or simply COVID-era homework, I'm happy to be a resource. [email protected]


Clare Langrishe

Marketing | Communications | Copywriter

Explore. Dream. Discover... For me, it's all about being creative! I've got seven years of experience delivering marketing and communications to drive business development and enhance brands. I thrive in creative environments, and organisations where I can really have hands-on impact in growing brands and offering strategic insight. A wordsmith, I love playing around with words – crafting stories and clever copy to hook people in. I'm a bit of an arts and culture geek, as well as an outdoors lover. In my spare time, you can find me, and my adventurer spirit, exploring outside, hiking, skiing, and more. That, or blogging for The Rootist (my personal blog), or checking out the latest creative events in town. Contact: [email protected]

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