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Hello! I am a writer and editor based in Seattle. Currently, I am a senior writer at Brooks Running where I create direct-to-consumer storytelling for the Run Happy Blog. Most recently, I worked in internal communications at Amazon as a content writer and editor. I provided stories and internal news to the company's global corporate employees. I have edited and project managed a number of Northwest travel publications, including the Visit Bellevue Washington Visitor Guide, Travel Tacoma + Pierce County Visitor Guide, and the Olympia Visitor Guide. Additional publication experience includes key editorial roles at Discover South Lake Union magazine, 425 magazine, and South Sound magazine. I am passionate about food, restaurants, and travel, but my experience extends to a plethora of topics, including business and startups, health, family, lifestyle, and more. My goal is to provide engaging, valuable content for businesses, organizations, and publications. I can help with: *Blogs *Social media *Web content *Email content *Press releases *Media Relations *Advertorial *Ghost writing *Content strategy *Content project management *Marketing communications What's your story? I'd like to help tell it. Let's connect!
Writer and Podcast Producer
It is my deep love for stories and storytelling that has guided my professional and personal pursuits. In addition to writing and editorial experience, I have worked professionally as marketer, event planner and economic development strategist in the entertainment, media technology and tourism industries. My writing credits include narratives on Humphrey Bogart, James Cagney, Janis Joplin and others for A&E's Biography. My biography of film critic, Pauline Kael was featured in the book, "American Women Writers". In 2011, I co-founded The Harold & Maudecast with my partner Jake Essoe. The podcast is approaching its 400th episode. I also produce six other podcasts for The HMC Network including the Age of Distraction, which I co-host with screenwriters Warren Lewis (Black Rain) and Stephen Godchaux (Dead Like Me). The series discusses the impact of streaming, gaming and other forms of storytelling on Hollywood and the creative process. More information can be found at www.filmtravelers.com. You can listen to the podcasts at the www.thehmcnetwork.com.
Wine Writer, Editor, Educator - WSET 3, CSW
Stacy Slinkard is an enthusiastic, experienced, and detail-focused wine writer, editor and educator with a feisty focus on the wine, food and travel industry. With over a decade of experience, she has used her voice to inform, entertain and educate both budding wine lovers and seasoned professionals alike. Whether it's freelance wine writing or cellar management, wine procurement or teaching wine education classes, representing clients at wine festivals or coordinating professional wine tastings, Stacy strives to utilize her wine industry experience to usher in a user-friendly emphasis on wine selection, education and enjoyment. Education: Stacy holds an advanced Wine & Spirits Education Trust WSET Level 3 Award, and her Certified Specialist of Wine (CSW). She has a master's degree in public health, and a bachelor's degree in biology and environmental health, which lends itself to interpreting both the science and the art of wine. Publications: Decanter, Wine Folly, VinePair, SOMM Journal, Tasting Panel, Wine Tourist Magazine, Wine.com, Idiot's Guide: Wine (3rd Edition), New York Times, The Daily Meal, Spruce, Epicurean Charlotte, and other wine-soaked outlets. Quick Skills: journalism, content creation, copywriting, copyediting, email marketing, social media, SEO best practices, deadline-driven project management, cellar management, fine wine procurement, hands-on and online wine education. See below for select writing samples.
Hello there! I'm a freelance writer for web content, eBooks, ghostwriting and more. I have a casual style perfect for the internet. Below are a few examples of my clippings from various outlets I've worked for. I also have several Kindle books you can view on Amazon. https://tinyurl.com/y25mz28g
Freelance Travel & Food Writer, Travel Photographer
Thailand-based Aussie Michael Cullen's first career saw him working in hospitality from vice royal households to boutique and big brand hotels across Australia. New assignments and challenges were welcomed with open arms and he takes that same enthusiasm and expertise for hospitality into his freelance travel writing. Asia always beckoned, be that backpacking from Hong Kong into Southern China's Guangzhou, a north-to-south honeymoon tour of Vietnam (well before mass tourism), Lombok touring, Cambodian explorations, or boating around the little-visited Andaman Islands of India. Looking for further adventures, Michael moved to Thailand full-time in 2015. His fascination with Asia prompts deeper dives into each destination's culture, history and colour. He also writes insightfully about hotels, wining and dining, wellness, sustainable and eco-friendly travel, and community-based tourism. Michael is a member of TravMedia, and IFWTWA (International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association). You can see what he's posting at: www.instagram.com/travellingaussiesinasia/ Michael welcomes freelance commissions related to destinations and story ideas for his SE Asian neighbourhood.
Content creator, freelance writer and blogger at lillyandgrant.com.
Writer and Professor
Veteran New Yorker now living in Abu Dhabi (which is not Dubai); novelist, literary critic, literature professor at NYU Abu Dhabi and former columnist for The National, the English-language newspaper of the UAE. Writes about culture, art, books, family, the perils of parenthood, feminism, travel, teaching and learning. Loves essays, historical fiction, and semi-colons. Co-editor of the Oxford History of the Novel in English Volume Eight: US Literature From 1940. Works in progress: "The Corset and the Veil," a novel based on the extraordinary life of Lady Hester Stanhope; and "Children's Literature and the Post-National Imagination," which explores how YA literature written "after the American century," to use Brian Edwards' term, is moving to a post-national view of the world.
Communications leader and content strategist
A dynamic communications leader with a proven track record in driving content strategy and delivering transformational multichannel engagement campaigns
Editor / Writer
A 20 year veteran of Marketing, Media, and Ministry, Amy Bartlett has built a career on finding and delivering the story -- especially the story of God in contemporary society. Graduating from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and serving as an editor for Guideposts in New York City, Bartlett relocated to her home state of California serving independent clients for nearly a decade (e.g., Rhapsody [now Napster], Purpose Driven Publishing, KLOVE/Air1, Barbour Books, etc.), and directing children’s arts education and drama therapy programs for North Coast Repertory Theater. In 2008, Bartlett focused efforts exclusively in Marketing and Advisory Management for San Diego’s New Venture Christian Fellowship (continuing through early 2020 as adjunct/consultant), and served 4+ years as Marketing & Digital Communications Director for Jessup University in Northern California. Having now settled in the Southeast (Hilton Head / Savannah area), Bartlett recently returned to writing / editing full time, and maintains "multi-passionate" pursuits in the Arts, including music and photography. Of these varied outlets, Bartlett states, “It’s impossible to pick a favorite format, but it’s impossible not to focus on a single Reason. My job is to hold a microphone to whatever the language, tool, or project, directly or indirectly fulfilling a modern day translation of the Great Commission, communicating through all things, Jesus.” For contact, more info, and "beyond writing," visit amybartlett.org.