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Editor at Large
I am passionate about the freedom and evolution of the print and digital world, seeking collaborations and learning from an inspiring collection of writers, experiences and titles. I am somewhat unconventional, occasionally controversial, doggedly determined and infuriatingly curious. @VPRCOMM @TrendPriveMag @macedigital @noctismag @clicdigitaluk @TheNewsHub @frukmagazine @RuckLondon @urbanwatchmag @plus_minus_mag @defuzemag @pharoslondon @writingtimesmag
Freelance Writer - Digital marketing, social media, editorial
I'm a digital marketing writer with experience writing search engine optimized content for social media, paid search campaigns, and new website builds. I also write articles for men's and women's lifestyle websites. My favourite things to write about are relationships, health and fitness, and true crime.
Sports and Video Journalist, Social Media Manager
Will Hernandez is a journalist and social media manager based out of Los Angeles. He's covered high school, college and professional sports in Los Angeles for several outlets including, CBSLA, The San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Whittier Daily News and the Ventura County Star. He began his professional career interning at KNBC Los Angeles' sports department. He's also covered the Los Angeles Chargers and Oakland Raiders for USA Today Sports Media Group and has blogged about USC Athletics for SB Nation's Conquest Chronicles. Most recently, he produced videos for FOX Sports Digital during the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ as a freelancer. Below is a collection of all his work since graduating from Cal State Long Beach in the Fall of 2016.
Writer, broadcaster and campaigner
Author of 'Soul Destruction: Unforgivable', a novel exposing the dark world and harsh reality of life as a drug addicted call girl. The main storyline is based loosely on events from my own life. Also involved in journalism and broadcasting, primarily in the areas of sex workers' rights, anti-sexual exploitation and anti-human trafficking. Email: [email protected]
Freelance Content Writer, Accommodation for Students.com; Editor-in-Chief and Founder, Porridge Journal; former Birmingham Editor - The University Paper; former Content Editor - The Student Review; former Editor, The Journal; former Editor and Co-Founder - The Bootham Review
I am a first-class English with Creative Writing graduate at the University of Birmingham with a great deal of experience in both editing and writing. I am currently working as a freelance content writer for accommodationforstudents.com, and will begin a MPhil in Medieval and Renaissance Literature at Cambridge in October. I have written for and edited a variety of publications, both creative writing and journalistic. I write in a variety of styles including factual articles, cultural reviews, sports pieces, economics pieces, interviews and opinion pieces. I founded and edit the interdisciplinary journal 'Porridge' and have co-founded, co-designed and edited a publication from scratch called The Bootham Review
The United Kingdom
Writing about culture, travel, food, psychology, health, tech and fascinating people/things.
"Experimentality" columnist at BBC Future. Award-winning writer. Freelancing for The BBC, The Atlantic, Timeline, The Daily Beast, DAM, New Hampshire Magazine, Firebrand titles and others as I split my time between New Hampshire and San Francisco. Please find a few clips below. Thanks for reading!
Writer - Editor - User Engagement
With a degree in News Editorial Journalism, I started my career as a journalist in Detroit, Michigan, before moving to Shanghai to work in EdTech content development. I joined my current company in 2014 in Salt Lake City, Utah, as an editor before moving into my current role as a User Engagement Specialist. I am currently based in Philadelphia, looking for my next new place to explore. Email: LisaAGervais (at) gmail (dot) com
i've travelled throughout the UK/Europe, the Middle East, North America and Australasia, and reported on a wide range of topics: from politics, conflict and war, to business and socioeconomic issues, to science, culture and art. a key portion of my work was spent reporting on the Arab Spring from Cairo, Egypt (2010 - 2015). i most enjoy unorthodox interviews/profiles of interesting characters, and in-depth features on obscure or marginalised subjects and peoples. my current work involves experimenting with new forms of digital storytelling designed to provide context and depth to complex issues in fun, creative ways for new audiences. now residing in melbourne, australia – contact via the mail link below.