United States Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of United States journalists below. We found 903 United States journalists listed.

Miles Raymer


I’m an award-winning, multifaceted trans writer and creative motivated by an endless fascination with culture and the people who shape it. As a writer, I produce ahead-of-the-curve journalism and criticism, specializing in music, fashion, and fringe communities. As a visual artist and designer, I create graphics influenced by underground media from the 60s through the present. As a creative director and consultant, I bring my decades of experience working on the leading edge of culture to projects ranging from magazine launches to marketing campaigns. I’m an expert in pop music, trans issues, and queer history. I live in New York City with an orange cat named Junior.


Suzanne Lorge


Suzanne's areas of specialization as a freelance writer are music, culture, and business. Her work has been published by The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR, Huffington Post, Washington Times, Institutional Investor magazine, and various trades. In addition to staff positions at two magazines (Institutional Investor and Insight at The Washington Times), Suzanne has held editorial or writing positions at several prominent financial institutions, among them The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, and Citi. Suzanne contributes features and reviews to Downbeat magazine, Jazziz magazine, and The New York City Jazz Record, where she has served as the VoxNews columnist for 14 years. Other recent clients include the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Classical Singer magazine, United Nations Population Fund, and World Goodwill @ the UN.

Max Silver

Artist, Writer, Creator

Max Silver (he/they) is a Bay Area artist, writer, and multi-faceted creator with an education background in Art at University California Santa Cruz. He is currently working on an independent sci-fi series titled "Adventures In Calthumbria," which involves world-building, illustrating, animating, and producing a podcast series to be made into a tv show and interactive video game. This project involves working with voice actors and musicians in group recording sessions, writing screenplays for each 20-30 minute episode, working with animators, painting digital watercolor illustrations, social media marketing, managing subscriber emails, and working towards NFTs. As a freelancer, Max writes journalism for Broke Ass Stuart, a news-distributor in the San Francisco Bay Area as well as Los Angeles and New York. He also has professional experience writing fiction for a remote contractor: Max wrote for a crime fiction website called 50characters.com. The company hired multiple writers for different episodes linked together. This entails closely following the contractor's instructions for what they wanted to occur in the episode, filling in the blanks with fun and original content, and copying the written style of the preceding episode to keep a consistent flow and format throughout the series.


Susie Norris

Chef, Author, Educator

I've been cooking, baking, teaching, and writing about food for 20 years. I focus on desserts and culinary travel. My classes (usually in Boston or the Berkshires) cover classic French techniques, local markets, and sustainable food policy. This portfolio is an archive of my articles and reviews, including those about my cookbooks, CHOCOLATE BLISS (Random House/Celestial Arts, 2008), HAND-CRAFTED CANDY BARS (with Susan Heeger; Chronicle, 2013), and A BAKER'S PASSPORT (Amazon, February 2019). The blog FoodMarketGypsy.com chronicles my adventures and won the International Association of Culinary Professionals Digital Media Award in 2016. In other writing realms, I served as a television executive and a grant writer. I look for collaborations on story concepts, familiarity trips, reviews, junkets, and those who share the philosophy that baking and breaking bread are important, humorous, and life-affirming pursuits.

Jeanette Almada

Writer, reporter, researcher, editor, poet

Hello, and thank you for stopping by to look at a few writing samples that I worked on over decades: feature stories and articles for local and national newspapers and magazines; newsletters, brochures and presentation scripts for some of Chicago's best corporations. You may have seen some of these articles, published in the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Sun Times, The Christian Science Monitor, The New York Times or The Washington Post. On hiatus for several years, I now work on a range of personal projects and am always interested to hear from people with interesting stories. Though I would gladly conduct research and/or write about many topics as a freelancer, keen topics over recent years have hovered around politics of water, particularly related to a host of Great Lakes issues, and politics of organic food and seeds for the foods that come to our tables. If you have an idea, an existing rough draft of some special project, I offer a range of research, writing and editing services. Thanks for stopping by. [email protected]

John McCracken

Environmental, culture, and rural issues journalist

Hi, I'm John. I'm a journalist with an eye for environmental stories, ranging from the effect of climate change on agriculture to investigations into groundwater pollution. I am the Fall 2022 Midwest Reporting Fellow for Grist, a national, nonprofit environmental newsroom. My work has appeared in the Sierra Magazine, Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting, Great Lakes Now - Detroit Public Television, UpNorthNews, Bandcamp Daily, Loudwire, In These Times, The Capital Times, The Press Times, Tone Madison, Belt Magazine, Milwaukee Record, Stained Pages News, and more. My work has been republished in Michigan Public Radio, MSN, Mother Jones, and WIRED, and more. I was awarded a 2022 Wisconsin Newspaper Association investigative reporting award for a report about rural development and infrastructure in Brown County, Wisconsin and was nominated for a Society of Environmental Journalists award for a long-form report on decades-long drinking water pollution in Northern Wisconsin.

Adriana Perez-Nakamura

Freelance Copywriter

Hello! My name is Adriana Perez-Nakamura and I have been an avid reader and writer since I was a little girl. My professional career has taken many twists and turns over the years, but one thing has remained constant: I am always the go-to person for anything involving writing, editing, and proofreading. I earned a B.A. in English from the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), as well as a certificate in Beauty Marketing and Merchandising from The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM) in Downtown Los Angeles. I have also been a California-licensed esthetician since 2010. I currently write marketing copy for beauty and skincare brands. Although my background is specific to the beauty industry, I am eager to work on different topics and am creative, read often, and never want to stop learning. I have an eye for detail and balance, and am organized and manage my time efficiently. Customer service and communication are important to me: I listen to what my clients want, never hesitate to ask questions, and take feedback well. I look forward to working with you to create, edit, or proof copy for your business. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have.


Wendy Thompson

Bilingual Journalist

“I’ve seen mayhem, pain, outcry, dead...I always run to places where bad things just happened.”(–Manhattan Nights.) I’m a Freelance Bilingual journalist, a storyteller, a truth-digger. Tengo una “Ñ” en el brain. He visto el caos. La muerte, recién nacidos, dicha, tristeza, tragedia. Siempre corro hacia lugares donde algo malo ha sucedido; mirando, buscando las palabras, las arrugas, las patadas que te hagan leer el periódico.” (Parafraseado del filme “Mahattan Nights”.

Shannon Layne Nomann

Marketing Copywriter, Web & CRM at Google

I am a storyteller and a sharp, decisive editor. If it has words, it's in my area of expertise. I have years of experience writing and editing marketing, brand, UX, and creative messaging in the B2C and B2B tech sphere for digital and print channels. I also excel in writing messaging for creative campaigns, brand strategy, product launches and collaborations, and more. I have the most experience writing for web/digital (landing pages, headlines, etc.) and email but am confident in ads, blog, editorial, video, brochures and white papers, and just about anything else. I’m the author of thirteen YA books published by EPIC Press, a division of ABDO publishing. I love to read and write fiction. In my spare time I love to hike and camp, go to the beach, and travel with my wife, who is a veterinarian. Fun Facts Favorite places: Mendocino County, Lake Tahoe, Maui, Italy, Yosemite Raised in Humboldt County, CA. Last read: 'The Return of the King,' Tolkien; 'Lonesome Dove,' Larry McMurtry Currently reading: 'A Court of Thrones & Roses' series, Sarah J. Maas


Nicole Ferraro

Writer, Editor & Storyteller

Hi, I'm Nicole. I'm a writer and storyteller based in NYC where I've worked as a tech journalist and editor in b2b and consumer media for 15+ years. Today I cover broadband and the digital divide for Light Reading, where I also host "The Divide" on the Light Reading Podcast. Pre-pandemic, I hosted/performed in many live storytelling shows, including an award-winning solo show "Why So Much Shame?" I also created and ran Art, Humanity & Action: a series of live events, podcasts, and workshops to humanize policy issues and raise funds for local organizing.