Features Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of features journalists below. We found 130 features journalists listed.

Sarah Jayne Gaviola Kipling

Creative writer and literary editor

An NCTJ-accredited multimedia journalist, Sarah Jayne Kipling has written for The Evening Chronicle, The Journal, The Sunday Sun, The Northern Echo and The Teesdale Mercury. She has worked as a sub-editor for The North West Evening Mail and currently edits and proofreads literary manuscripts (fiction and non-fiction) and academic journal submissions in the arts, humanities and social sciences.


Samantha Graham

Journalist

I’m a 21-year-old NCTJ qualified journalist and Sussex University graduate with a with a 2:1 in English Language. I’ve had a lot of work experience in various areas of journalism. I’ve reported for my local newspaper, spent a year as Arts Editor for my student newspaper, interned as a lifestyle writer for a women’s online magazine, sub-edited Time Out magazine in London, written copy for MoneySupermarket.com, written features for Monarch airlines in-flight magazine and blogged for Brighton & Hove Chamber of Commerce. I am currently staff writer for This Festival Feeling, and I regularly contribute articles and gig reviews to websites such as KettleMag, Brighton Noise and Critical Wave. Meanwhile I'm looking for a job in journalism...

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Jordan Pye

Perfectionist Grammar Geek for Hire

I'm a graduate of James Madison University who wants to be creative for a living. Through my collegiate training and internships with several publications -- the Daily News Record, Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine and C-ville News & Arts Weekly -- I have developed excellent research, written communication and editing skills and demonstrated my proficiency in AP style, interviewing, collaboration, and the ability to assume leadership roles. My strongest skill is effective written communication, and I have a flair for storytelling. My talents include answering questions such as "What's the word I'm trying to think of?" and "What's a better way to to say...?" Please view my resume and examples of my published work below, and contact me at [email protected] or (434) 284-3126.


Polly Grice

Student Journalist

Researcher at Absolute Publishing who enjoys writing on a range of topics. See below for online clippings, please contact me to see examples of work in print.

United Kingdom

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BYLINE:NICK PATTERSON

Journalist.

Nick Patterson's work has appeared online and in newspapers and magazines including BirminghamWatch, Weld:Birmingham's Newspaper*, The Birmingham Times, Southern Living, Coastal Living, This Old House, History Magazine, Southern Automotive Alliance*, Lakeside Living magazine, the Birmingham Post-Herald, and in books including his own Birmingham Foot Soldiers: Voices from the Civil Rights Movement. With a background in writing, editing, digital content creation, public relations, teaching and consulting, he works (in 2021) as managing editor at Starnes Media, a newspaper and marketing company in Birmingham, Alabama. Also see https://np30.journoportfolio.com/ *Due to circumstances beyond my control, Weld clippings are no longer available, and Southern Automotive clippings may be relocated on the SAAM website.


Matthew Bailey

Freelance journalist

Freelance writer and journalist specialising in general news and feature writing. Derby Telegraph, Express & Star, Derbysphere.

United Kingdom

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Jennifer Zeberkiewicz

Well-rounded Freelance and Business/Marketing Writer

I'm always interested in freelance work or possible full-time writing employment! Please email me at [email protected] with "Clippings.me" in the subject line. Thank you! Journalism: Professional writer for 13 years with more than 250 published articles. Publications include Wilmington’s News Journal and nondaily publications of the News Journal that include Crossroads, Real Estate Guide, Delaware Parent, Delaware Pet and others, as well as Delaware Today, Delaware Today Health Guide, Delaware Bride, CUNA (Credit Union National Association), Brandywine Community News, Millcreek Community News, Hockessin Community News and Greenville Community News, Bankrate.com. Recipient of the 2007 Delaware Division of the Arts Emerging Artist Fellowship in Literature, Creative Nonfiction and award winner of Delaware Press Association Communication Contest –in news reporting, honorable mention 2000; feature writing, second place 2000; feature writing, first place, 2001. Editing: Editor of various corporate and business materials (including board reports, brochures and compliance manuals) and Goldey-Beacom College alumni newsletter Reflections. Expertise in copyediting, content editing, and proofreading. Business and Corporate Writing: Developer, writer, editor and designer of a wide range of business materials, including press releases, media advisories, brochures, posters, product guides, case studies, corporate writing standards, annual reports, business letters, direct mail, proposals (RFIs/RFPs), policies and procedures manuals, presentation materials, internal and external newsletters. Received three awards, Credit Union Executive Society Golden Mirror Awards 2004 & 2005 – second place direct mailing, single mail; second place print ad single and first place newsletter 4-color. Internet, HTML: Webmaster of DEXSTA Federal Credit Union website and the board of director’s secure website. Editor of online newsroom of Sallie Mae. Graphic Design: Creation of design and copy for brochures, booklets, inserts etc. from conception to printing. Awards: 2011 Sallie Mae, Honor Roll Outstanding Marketing Campaign - direct mail and campaign management 2007 Delaware Division of the Arts Award Recipient, Emerging Artist Fellowship in Creative Writing 2005 DEXSTA Recognition Awards 2005, New Website 2003 DEXSTA Recognition Awards, Company-wide training manual 2004, 2005 Credit Union Executive Society Golden Mirror Awards, direct mail, print ad, 4-color newsletter 2001 Delaware Press Association Communication Contest – feature writing, first place 2000 Delaware Press Association Communication Contest - news reporting, honorable mention 2000; feature writing, second place Education: - Masters of Business Administration, Wilmington University - Bachelor of Arts in English/Journalism, University of Delaware - Web Page Design, Layout (HTML) Certificate, Univ of Delaware - InDesign Adobe Graphic Design, Delaware College of Art and Design Skills: Microsoft Office: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Publisher Desktop Publishing: Quark, Indesign, Pagemaker, Photoshop Web: Dreamweaver, FrontPage, HTML, XHTML,

United States


Ralph Raiola

Writer and Editor

A veteran writer, reporter, and editor with more than 16 years experience in traditional and new media, I believe in the art of using words for thoughtful communication, to powerfully convey messages, and to provoke action.

United States


Rachel Brown

Student Journalist

Student at Ursinus College with strong writing skills seeking internship in the journalism field. Experienced and professionally published writer with a dedication to high-quality content and engaging reporting.

United States


Louise Pool

Article Writer and Blogger

Louise Pool is an avid writer with a truly cross-cultural background. Born in Japan to Seychellois/Swiss parents, she attended an international school for six years, before continuing her education in Switzerland. Louise has a natural affinity for languages, but is most comfortable writing in her native language English. Louise is an experienced writer in many different fields. She has written both witty and informative magazine articles and blog posts as well as sizzling sales copy. She worked in the pharmaceutical field for several years and has copy edited and translated several medical research papers, so she is more than familiar with medical terminology. She writes amusing and informative posts on her personal blog Island Wench and is never stuck for ideas. Louise has a strong dislike for anything canned, be it canned writing or canned peas. She does, however, make an exception for tuna.