United States Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of United States journalists below. We found 762 United States journalists listed.

David ZM Allison

Writer and Content Creator for Endurance Sports, Technology, & Marketing

For the past 15 years, I have been writing articles, web content, copywriting, blogging, creating videos, and social media posts to grow various businesses and projects both as a freelancer and as an employee. I would describe my natural writing style as humorous, thought-provoking, and conversational in tone. Areas I am most adept in writing about are: running, endurance sports, fitness, digital marketing, video scripts, ad or marketing campaigns, and creative narratives. In the past few years, I have also done more work on the graphic side of the aisle - creating brochures, sales collateral, banner images, presentation slide decks, etc. I have a B.A. in English from the University of Pennsylvania.

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Bryan Wolford

Freelance Writer

I am a lover of comics, books, movies, and television. This led to working in the television industry for 20+ years. Now I spend my time writing for such publications as JoBlo.Com, Comic Book Resources, and other freelance opportunities. I have been a podcaster since 2006 and am a published author.


Kaycie Surrell

Writing // Marketing // Creative

I am a creative professional inspired by engaging work that celebrates meaningful stories. I'm passionate, focused, and attentive — and I'm motivated by community. When I'm not working I enjoy art-making and exploring my surroundings.

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Ken Gagne

Digital content developer

I am a writer, editor, and podcast on the subjects of IT, electronic entertainment, and diversity. In addition to being a freelance writer for Computerworld and the editor of Juiced.GS magazine, I also host YouTube channel Gamebits and the podcasts Polygamer and Transporter Lock.


Linda Kirk

Freelance Writer | Content Creator | Investigative Research | Editing | Proofreading

I embrace words, spoken and written. My two favorite books of all time are the dictionary and the thesaurus, although online reference tools have taken the lead these days. After 10 years in the legal profession in government/regulatory affairs and family/criminal law, I made a successful career pivot into the Hospitality Industry where I enjoyed a very successful career as a sales and marketing executive for more than 20 years. Now, it is time for another career pivot. And, my choice is a no-brainer! Communicating is at the center of my being. I love writing and creating detailed and impactful long-form content supported by researched facts and figures to help people or support a cause. On the flip side, creating powerful digital marketing and social media content is something I enjoy all day long. I can create basic graphics to support my writing and messaging. And, I have wicked fast, accurate typing skills, thanks to my earlier years in the legal profession. I enjoy creating investigative content concerning legal and legislative matters relating to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA). Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) is a specialty. Age discrimination, aka ageism, is my main focus. Ageism negatively impacts job seekers, job applicants, and job candidates who are over 40 years old in the United States. Ageism, however, is a global issue. My writing style is flexible, appealing to people of all ages. It can be upbeat, positive, and engaging. It can also be direct, to the point, stating and citing facts and figures. I can infuse content with humor if required. I believe in providing information always backed up by accurate facts, supported by data and analytics where needed, aka bringing the receipts. Thanks to my business development expertise over the years, my investigative research skills are top-notch. I will not publish anything I cannot verify, including statistics from second and third-party sources. So, what drives me to be the best? Perhaps perfectionism in my work enters into that mix. However, my pet peeve is a typo. I suppose you could say this laser-focused attention to detail makes me an excellent proofreader, too. I welcome the opportunity to discuss your specific needs and how our collaborative efforts will help to ensure your next project is a resounding success!

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Stephanie Jones

Freelance Writer and Editor

Stephanie Jones is a writer, editor and educator with a background in long-form copywriting, editorial management and in-depth interviews. She works as features writer for DownBeat Magazine and Hot House Jazz Guide, having worked in the past as creative copywriter on both the agency side and client side. Stephanie has written promotional copy for Pyroclastic Records and currently writes long-form copy and liner notes for Blue Note Records as well as liner notes for European label Intakt Records. She has contributed feature articles and cover stories to a variety of local and national publications including The Detroit Free Press, NPR Music, JazzTimes, NAfME's Teaching Music Magazine and JazzSpeaks.org. Beginning as copy editor and proofreader, Stephanie worked her way up to editor of New Jersey Teachers Magazine in 2016. She does not write reviews or critical essays. Stephanie graduated from Wellesley College, having majored in English literature. A Phi Beta Kappa and Kaye Scholar, she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Jazz Performance from The City College of New York, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. She teaches a course at The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in downtown Manhattan, and recently launched a fundraising campaign for a public school music education program fiscally sponsored by New York Foundation for the Arts.

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Charmaine Pruitt

UX Writer | Conversational Designer

Hi-ya! I'm Charmaine and making the story and experience the "main(e)" event is my specialty - UX, proposals, technical documentation, and Marcom to name a few. My skills are showcased on small business websites, in technical documents, and on multinational corporate channels. I've been a leading contributor on teams composed of messaging masterminds responsible for securing multimillion dollar business capture deals and funding for vital public service programs. I've methodically escorted many once frustrated users through complex, technical processes with ease. And I've been the helpful voice behind some of your most engaging artificial intelligence experiences. My talents have been applied across heavy-hitting branded domains, spanning automotive, IT, financial services, healthcare, and manufacturing. Let's chat about how I can bring your stories to life and provide meaningful experiences for your customers.

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Symantha Reagor

Writer / Content Producer

I received my B.A. in English Literature from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona in 2011 and my M.F.A in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University in Greensburg, Pennsylvania in 2013. I also hold a Certificate in Copy Editing. I have 11+ years of experience in content writing, technical writing, creative writing, web production, content management systems, communication coordination, localization, copyediting, social media management, and employee training supervision.


Amy Sherman

Freelance Writer, Editor and Content Strategist

Amy Sherman is a San Francisco–based writer, recipe developer, and editor in chief of the Cheese Professor, the Alcohol Professor and the Chocolate Professor, as well as publisher of the award-winning food blog Cooking with Amy. You can find her work in magazines including San Francisco, Marin, Westways, Where Traveler, Wine Enthusiast, Via, Gastronomica, and Caviar Affair. She has written for online food, travel and lifestyle publications including Afar, AllRecipes, Architectural Digest, Tasting Table, Martha Stewart, Food Network, Epicurious, KQED's Bay Area Bites, Fodor's, 7x7, Frommer's and CleanPlates. She develops recipes for clients including Whole Foods, Grocery Outlet, Dannon, Cargill, Keurig, Colman, T-fal, USA Pears, MyWinesDirect and the California Avocado Commission. She is the author of Williams-Sonoma New Flavors for Appetizers and WinePassport: Portugal, A Microwave, A Mug, A Meal and wrote the new introduction to Jane Grigson's Vegetable Book and the foreward to the reprint of the Betty Crocker Good & Easy Cookbook.


Rachel Mueller

Writer | Editor | Story Specialist

Storytelling is my power. I share simple yet impactful messaging through a variety of consistent and engaging content. My specialties include writing, editing, and content strategy with a journalistic flair. I create stellar content for blogs, email, print, and more, finesse websites, supercharge social media presences, and add much-needed spice to brands.

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