Culture Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of culture journalists below. We found 267 culture journalists listed.

Anne-Frances Hutchinson

writer and editor

Introducing your newest secret weapon: a seasoned, spectacular business writer who never met a deadline she couldn’t beat. I’m a full stack generalist with particular strengths in technology, healthcare, energy, industrial, and medical devices. My writing has been featured in BOSS Magazine, Energy Digital, Healthcare Digital, and more. Past clients include Captricity, HackerOne, Hologic, GE Security, L-3 and others.

United States of America


Kris Vagner

Nevada Arts & Culture Reporter | Editor & Publisher of Double Scoop—Arts in Nevada

A thriving community needs the arts, and the arts need insightful, accessible discourse.

US


Ana Hernández

Content Editor & Writer / Digital Marketer / Researcher / Translator

I'm a content editor, writer and digital marketer with a good understanding of SEO practices, social media and email marketing.


Laure Siegel

Journaliste

Basée à Bangkok, je couvre les évènements en Asie du Sud et du Sud-est pour divers médias francophones et anglophones. Une sélection de web-séries, reportages TV, analyses, portfolios.


Marian Marval Díaz

Journalist

Venezuelan journalist with more than 10 years of experience in writing, TV production and digital media in US and Venezuela. My passion is investigative journalism and delivering information in new ways of storytelling. I have worked as a journalist for international media like CNN en Español, Telemundo, El Nuevo Herald and El Nacional, from Venezuela. I love traveling and learn from different cultures and experiences.

United States of America

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Kevin Felt

Seasoned journalist/teacher with overseas experience and a knack for narrative

I recently returned to the U.S. after working in China since 2005, teaching English, Journalism, Business and Western Culture-related courses at three Chinese Universities, while immersing myself in the language and culture. Previously, I worked for six years as a staff reporter at the Pasadena Star-News, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Whittier Daily News and affiliated weekly newspapers in the suburbs of Los Angeles. I juggled a handful of different city beats, covering both breaking news and features, in addition to spending time on the business desk. My beats included everything from profiles of up-and-coming local musicians to the opaque dealings of secretive city councils. I parsed business earnings reports of major corporations and dug into the impact of the skyrocketing housing prices on local people. From an in-depth look at the behind-the-scenes development of a local high school musical from casting to curtain calls to quirky profiles of one-armed jugglers and a deaf pianist, I love finding the human story at the heart of every decision. In addition to daily deadlines, I frequently contributed photographs, video and social media presence. I have a bachelor's degree in print journalism and a master's degree in intercultural studies. I have a passion for helping people to gain a better understanding of the world and one another.

United States of America


Rachel Waters

I've been a lot of things in life: A gothic fashion model (it's ok to laugh), a federal investigator, a cat nanny. But through it all, I've been a writer. Over the last 12 years, my work has appeared in more than 100 magazines, websites, and newspapers including The New York Times, The Huffington Post, and USA Today. Driven by boundless curiosity and impeccable research chops, I explore the intersections of identity, culture, healthcare, technology, and policy. When I'm not working, you can find me testing the latest biometric gadget, powerlifting, exploring some remote corner of the world (most recently, the Republic of Georgia), or making viral memes on Reddit that have been featured in Vice, the UK's Sun Tabloid, and Bored Panda.

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Karl Saint Lucy

Culture & Lifestyle Writer

Karl Saint Lucy is a journalist in the arts and entertainment, LGBTQ+, and mental health spaces. He is published in Grindr's digital queer magazine, INTO; and Metro US, the largest free daily circulation newspaper in the U.S. A musician by training, he sold one of his musicals, F**king Identical Twins, to 20th Century Fox in 2016; and he was a finalist for the Grammy Award-winning men's vocal ensemble, Chanticleer, in 2017.

United States of America

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Alice Dodd

Freelance copywriter and content creator

A British content creator and copywriter, experienced in creating engaging copy across blog posts, features, and social media. Skilled in SEO, long-form, and writing sponsored content in-line with the needs of the publication, the brand, and the consumer. I prioritise using the copy I create to reflect each client's unique tone and voice. I am constantly inspired by meeting new people and delighting in the wonders of foreign cultures. For examples of social media, please feel free to contact me: [email protected]


Sally White

Teacher, Writer

On paper, I appeared ready. I had earned a Master's Degree in Secondary Education, boasting A's in all my classes and top-tier Praxis scores. I had learned, much to my dismay, how to step out of a fist-fight, should one occur in the cafeteria. (Step- and turn- and "Teacher! Stop!") I remember thinking that fight choreography had not been required before starting my job at the insurance company. I was not ready. I still recall the anxiety swelling in my stomach as my first period students rolled in for the first time. One girl entered riding piggyback on a classmate, spraying her hair from an aerosol can, cackling the whole way. I told myself I would chronicle my first-year adventures in a memoir for other newbies. It was going to be the teacher's equivalent of the book that had saved me years earlier as a new mom, How My Breasts Saved the World, Misadventures of a Nursing Mother, by Lisa Wood Shapiro. I never wrote that memoir. As it turns out, teachers have approximately zero time for writing books. What I have done instead is spend 13 years in the trenches of public education. I have known the joy, the pride, the love; I have known the anxiety, the disappointment, the despair. I have learned that the kids who are tardy today will probably also be tardy tomorrow, and that the ones in the front row who turn all the papers the same way might just save my life. I have confirmed what I had always suspected, that teachers are the best people in the world. And I have discovered that our survival in the profession quite literally depends on laughter.