United States Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of United States journalists below. We found 1015 United States journalists listed.

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.


Mervyn Seivwright

Poet, Workshop Facilitator, Lecturer

Mervyn R. Seivwright writes to balance social consciousness & poetry craft for humane growth. He is from a Jamaican family and was born in Dulwich, a south suburb of London, England. His childhood started in Ipswich, Suffolk in England and at age 10 he moved to the United States. He later joined the United States Air Force for 22 years leading to his traveling the globe. During this time Mervyn took part in performance poetry and wrote 7 self-published collections of poetry while in these other countries or on deployed service. Highlights from performance poetry events included an opening for Def Jam's Comedian Bruce Bruce in Florida and Tommy Davison while deployed. He finished in the top 5 in the German American Institute Germany National Invitation Slam in Heidelberg Germany. He was a featured artist in the Paris Connection, an ethnic art collective that holds dinner functions in Paris France. He took first place at Cafe Kraaij & Balder Poetry Slam in Eindhoven Netherlands allowing him to finish in the top 4 at the Netherlands national level for Eindhoven. In England, he featured in Peterborough, Cambridge, and at Oxford’s Hammer and Tongue events. In London, he featured at the Bloomsbury Theatre, Brixton Arts Gallery, The Jazz Café, and placed 5th in England’s first National Poetry Slam. Since returning to the United States, Mervyn completed an MFA at Spalding University’s School of Writing, Louisville, Kentucky. He taught over 600 professional development students professional writing techniques for four years at Wright Patterson Air Force Base Education Facilities. He has provided guest lectures to the University of Maryland Global Campus, Webster University, Broward College, Wright Patterson Education Center, and Jefferson Community and Technical College. In addition, Mervyn has appeared or has forthcoming published works across 9 countries in African American Review, AGNI Literary Magazine, Allium A Journal of Poetry & Prose, Arlington Literary Journal, Auroras & Blossoms Poetry Journal, Black in White Poetry Competition, Black Sunflower Poetry Press (England), Bread and Roses Poetry 2021 Anthology (Culture Matters Ltd - England), Briefly Write, Burningword Literary Journal, Cape Cod Poetry Review, Common Threads Literary Journal, Constellations Lit, Cosmonauts Avenue Literary Journal (Canada), Blot From the Blue Anthology (Scotland), Cry of the Poor 2021 Anthology (Culture Matters Ltd - England), filling Station Magazine (Canada), Flights Literary Journal, Flora Fiction Literary Journal, Flying Ketchup Press, Good River Review, Griffel Literature Review (Norway), Hellebore Press, I-70 Review Literary Magazine, INNSÆI Journal (India), iō Literary Journal, Ligeia Magazine, Line Breaks Literary Journal, Military Experience & the Arts' (M.E.A.) literary journal "As You Were", Montana Mouthful Literary Magazine, Mount Island Literature Review, Pangyrus Lit Review, Pembroke Magazine, Poetry Online, Prometheus Dreaming Cultural Journal, River Heron Review, Rigorous Magazine, Round Table Literary Journal, Salamander Literary Magazine, Santa Fe Literary Review, Saranac Review, Seaside Gothic Magazine(England), Sixfold Poetry 2022, TAB: The Journal of Poetry & Poetics, The American Journal of Poetry, The Black Experience Anthology, The AuVert Magazine, The Fourth River, The Lumiere Review, The Nonconformist Magazine, The Scribe Literary Journal, The Stirling Spoon, The Trinity Review (Canada), The Write Launch Literary Journal, The Writer's Block Magazine (Netherlands), The Ocotillo Review, Stone Poetry Quarterly, Toho Journal, Transom Journal, Voices Israel Anthology (Israel), Westward Quarterly, Willow Wept Review, Wingless Dreamer, Z Publishing's Kentucky's Best Emerging Poets 2019, and Zimetra International Review (Sri Lanka). He has received recognition as Third Place, Black in White Poetry Competition 2022 and Honorable Mention, October 2022; listed in John Hopkins National Poetry Month Collection, April 2022; Finalist, CutBank Literary Journal Annual Genre Contest, University of Montana: Apr 2021, Honorable Mention, 31st Reuben Rose Annual Poetry Competition, Summer 2021; 2021 Pushcart Nomination, Santa Fe Literary Review, Oct 2020; Semi-Finalist, Ember Chasm Review Fiction and Poetry Contest, Oct 2020; Second Runner-Up, The Lucy Terry Prince Prize, Judged by Major Jackson, Mount Island, Summer 2020; Longlisted, The Lascaux Review, Lascaux Prize in Poetry: Jul 2020; Semi-Finalist, Midwest Review's Poetry Contest, The Great Midwest Poetry Contest, Apr 2020; and Commissioned, British Museum, Exhibition for the “200 Year Anniversary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade”, Ipswich, England, September 2007. Mervyn currently lives in Schopp, Germany. Short Bio: Mervyn Seivwright writes to balance social consciousness & poetry craft for humane growth. He is a nomad from a Jamaican family, born in London-England, and left for America at age 10, now residing in Schopp-Germany. His performance poetry highlights include events in 9 countries, with features at The Jazz Café, & a finalist at the UK’s Word-for-Word National Poetry Slam. Mervyn completed a writing MFA at Spalding University and has appeared in AGNI, American Journal of Poetry, Salamander Magazine, African American Review, and 64 other journals across 10 countries, receiving recognition as a 2021 Pushcart Nominee & Voices Israel's Rose Ruben Poetry Competition Honorable-Mention. His new collection, "Stick, Hook, and a Pile of Yarn, is available through Broken Sleep Books (Wales/September 2023).

Morgan McKinney

B2B, SaaS Copywriter

Hello, I'm Morgan! I have been a content writer for 6 years now! I love the sound of clicking keyboards and the smell of internet cafes. My skillset is creating copy for specifically B2B and SaaS companies. My professional experience has led me to write for a multitude of industries, making me a well-rounded and seasoned writer. Take a look at some of my most recent work and if you're impressed, let me create something special for you!


Katherine J. Igoe (she/her)

Freelance Writer & Editor; Contributing Syndications Editor at Marie Claire

My editorial beats are style, lifestyle, and parenting, but I take assignments across a wide range of topics. I've worked as a contributing editor at Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire and freelance with corporate, academic, and media clients. Email or message me with freelance work or speaking and mentoring opportunities. I'm Massachusetts-based but available to work anywhere in the U.S. Bylines: The New York Times, Cosmopolitan, InStyle, SELF, Refinery29, Parents, Marie Claire, The Boston Globe, etc. Email: [email protected]

Ali Bazzi

Writer and Researcher

A display of my personal, academic, and professional development.


Diana Michèle Yap

Writer and editor

Washington, D.C.


Nicole Stover

Freelance Writer, Editor, Consultant and Personal Assistant

Nicole Stover is a highly accomplished, published writer and editor based in Northern California. With fifteen years of experience and a strong background in content and project management, she has successfully led numerous editorial projects from conception to publication. For the past five years, Nicole has specialized in cannabis and lifestyle publications, bringing her expertise and passion to create engaging, informative, and thought-provoking content for readers. Her virtual assistant experience in this field has allowed her to develop a deep understanding of the unique needs and nuances of the industry. With exceptional writing skills, meticulous editing abilities, and strategic content development approach tailored specifically for this niche market, Nicole continues to make significant contributions within the publishing world. Her unwavering commitment to quality combined with her extensive knowledge of industry trends positions her as an invaluable asset for any cannabis-related business or publication.

Makayla Hoppe

Journalism Major Pursuing a Career in Theatre

Makayla is a journalism and theatre arts student at San Diego State University. She is the assistant editor for the San Diego Jewish Journal and previously served as editor-in-chief for Grossmont College’s newspaper, "The Summit."


Nathan Simone

Ideas → Impact | Pioneering Digital Content & Creative Strategy

Writer. Creative. Web3 and AI explorer. With a decade in writing, I transform raw ideas into elegant prose. My ear, refined by years of podcast consumption (and now production), distinguishes the captivating from the commonplace. As a creative, I illuminate overlooked truths and craft inspiring narratives. I channel boundless creativity and an unwavering commitment to excellence in every project. In the dynamic world of Web3 and AI, I navigate from complexity to clarity, making the future more approachable. Even in our digital world, the future is human. Together, we can create something extraordinary!

Karen M. Peterson

Film Critic, Podcaster, Freelance Entertainment Journalist

With ten years of experience in entertainment journalism and film criticism, Karen is a Los Angeles-based film critic, podcaster, and writer. She worked as a staff writer and then assistant editor for the entertainment site AwardsCircuit.com until it closed in 2020. She then spent two years as the Awards Editor at We Live Entertainment. She currently freelances with bylines at Variety and Awards Daily, in addition to her work with Citizen Dame, the podcast and website she co-owns and edits. Additionally, she co-hosts the Watch and Talk film and TV podcast. Karen is particularly interested in the craft of filmmaking, celebrating marginalized filmmakers, and analyzing entertainment awards races. Her work has taken her to film festivals including Sundance, SXSW, Hamptons International Film Festival, AFI, and Animation Is Film, as well as red carpet events and press rooms for the Independent Spirit Awards, the Critics Choice Awards, ACE Eddies, and the Oscars.