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Sana Hameed is a student at the University of Texas at Austin majoring in Management Information Systems with a minor in Marketing and certificate in Elements of Computing. Sana has a passion for all things creative. Her interest not only lies in brainstorming and creating interesting and persuasive content but in analyzing the resulting data for trends and ways to adapt. When Sana is not poring over a new project, you'll find her pouring herself an Arnold Palmer, watching obscene amounts of Netflix, or exploring all that Austin has to offer.
Hello! I'm Courtney McLaughlin, owner of Bella Communications Inc. and freelance writer based in Charlotte, NC. For over 14 years, I've been helping clients with writing and editing needs. My specialties are quick turnarounds, working with paid or sponsorship clients, creating bite-size "on the go" pieces and keeping clients happy! Let's get started! For more information or a quote, you can reach me at [email protected].
Freelance Content Creator
Hi, I'm Kristin! I'm a Seattle-based creative with over 10 years of experience in content creation, from copywriting to livestreaming and illustration to web design. I have spent time writing at The Next Web and the now shuttered AOL property, WoW Insider, as well as various online publications as a ghostwriter.
Content Writer/Games Journalist
I'm a self-deprecating Englishman currently living in Michigan with my lovely wife. I'm a gamer first and foremost and doing everything I can to convert my better half. Our cooperative gaming résumé extends as far as Diablo 3 at the moment and we're still going strong. I was never the smartest kid growing up. Average in all things was about the best I could hope for. But then I developed a passion for the written word. I started to understand the power inherent in language and I realised I could work words like a spell to make all kinds of incredible, magical things happen. I've ghostwritten for hundreds of companies and I'm on a secret mission to work for companies I love, like Blizzard or the Yogscast. I believe in finding a company you love and then putting your all into working for that company. I'll keep you updated on my progress. I am open to writing opportunities, especially in fiction writing, creative writing or video gaming. Why not email me at [email protected]?
Yo, I'm a writer. I tap the letter buttons that make words and sentences happen. I'm good enough to make money, but don't ask me how. I'd write something cool here like declaring myself the Bill Burroughs of video games, but instead of drug-fueled misadventures I just stay at home and annoy my cat. I have pretty good credentials, though. I have a journo degree and around nine years of experience, which includes cool brands like Cracked, PlayStation Lifestyle and Shonen Jump, and ones nobody has ever heard of like GamerTell and Snackbar Games. I contributed to a zine once, and have a horror story published in an issue of Under the Bed magazine. My bylines have popped up on commercials and internet ads, so someone out there likes me. You can too!
Jason Liebler is a writer, English teacher, and instructional coach. His articles have appeared in Veer Magazine and The Health Journal in Southeast Virginia. He has been an English instructor and mentor in secondary and post-secondary classrooms for over 10 years, Jason is currently an instructional coach with Henrico County Public Schools.
Hi there, and thanks for visiting my creative writing portfolio. The sample clips posted here represent my work as a multi-genre writer. Although my first love, and staple, is poetry, I've also published short stories, flash fiction and monologues. I've also written and staged works of documentary theatre and collaborated on works of theater-dance, both of which involved in-depth interviewing and oral history. In terms of multi-media, I've worked as a videographer (director, shooter, editor) and interviewer for short documentaries. My early training and work was in journalism and public relations. I also hold a Master of Fine Arts in poetry. Not surprisingly, about half of my creative writing is interview based, or interview inspired. Currently, I work as an associate professor of journalism for Western Washington University. Fun Fact: The first person to publish my creative writing (back in the 90s!) was Eve Ensler, then co-editor of a literary journal called "Central Park." Feel free to shoot me a message if you'd like to comment or connect at [email protected].