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Freelance writer, blogger and king-hell freak currently based in Turku, Finland. Organises spoken word events with Spoken Word – Turun sanovat collective. Involved in all sorts of projects and running a DIY music venue at Turku. Lives on nothing. Past merits include establishing and managing an independent gallery/event space in Hackney, London together with Ground Floor Left crew. M.Phil, Media studies, University of Turku, Finland B.A. Hons of Arts, Media and creative industries, University of East London, UK https://rostenlaura.wordpress.com https://www.travelblog.org/Bloggers/laurarosten/ https://rostenlaurahasnomoney.wordpress.com
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.
Writer | Coffee Fiend
My story so far. I went into debt to earn an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of New Hampshire in 2011. It was worth every penny. Since then I've worked as a freelance writer covering arts, culture, food and travel for a number of different publications, like Austin Monthly, Atlas Obscura, Dispatch Magazine (RIP) and more. I also live the #adlife as a creative senior copywriter developing campaigns for just about every type of brand you can name. Go for it. There’s a lot. On top of that, and working on a novel, I’m also a co-producer for the Here’s What I’ve Heard podcast. Season 1 is out now! I’m inspired by a lot of art and photography, especially when it’s my wife's. If I'm not writing, I'm probably changing my newborn son's diapers or cuddling him, getting chased by our Great Pyrenees, reading, eating, or trying to take a nap. Below is a (very) small, possibly outdated by the time you read this, sample of my writing as a journalist and copywriter.
Over 10+ years of publishing and communications experience with a focus on current affairs, lifestyle, and general interest content creation across multiple platforms. Proven track record developing, writing and editing content for magazines and digital projects, leading creative teams, and managing multiple projects. Specialties: Strategic editorial planning, writing and editing feature articles and branded content, multi-platform publishing, brainstormer, copy and grammar stickler, social media junkie
Account Executive at The Wilbert Group
former Atlanta + Nashville Editor, WhereTraveler.com and Associate Editor, Points North Atlanta Gallup StrengthsQuest Top 5: Input, Creativity, Futuristic, Maximizer and Positivity Education: Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA, August 2010 - December 2013 Bachelor of Science, Journalism, University Honors Program Scholar
Elvira Truglia is a Writer, Journalist and Senior Communications & Public Engagement professional. She writes about the intersections of culture, politics, and social issues. Her work spans the community, media and cultural sector as well as national and international non-governmental organizations.
Journalist: travel and lifestyle.
I have been a travel writer for nearly 20 years. I spent 11 years as deputy and associate editor on BA's High Life magazine and have been freelance for the past nine years. I contribute to a range of newspapers and magazines, including Metro, Mail on Sunday, City AM, Canary Wharf Magazine, Family Traveller, High Life, Sainsbury's Magazine, and many more. I am also a travel contributor for Forbes.com