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Allison Geller

Freelance Writer and Editor

Location icon United States

Versatile writer and skilled editor with a wide creative streak. Copy and marketing writing, SEO, PR, research and brand consulting, blogging, journalism and digital news.



Press Release - Pica9 | the brand logistics experts

Pica9, a leading provider of local marketing automation (LMA) systems for major brands, today announced that a major national fast casual restaurant chain selected Pica9 as their LMA provider.

Research Consulting/Report Writing

Brand Consulting

Editing and Rewriting

Pica 9
Website Rewrite

Rewrites of sections of the website of Pica 9, New York-based marketing software company.

Sales Writing

Calworth Glenford, Inc.
Sales Letter

Sales letter for Calworth Glenford, Inc. credit card settlement course.

Description Copy
See No Evil Diamond and Sapphire Eye Necklace

Youll steal glances a-plenty with this glamorous Diamond Evil Eye Necklace. Diamonds form the ancient Turkish eye with a single blue sapphire to stare down any ill-wisher who dares come too close. A diamond pave circle and two diamond bezels add further
Showstopper 5.5. Ct Opal Necklace

This opal and diamond necklace is a sensation. A 5.5 ct. diamond-decked opal pendant is suspended from a delicate rose gold chain; asymmetric gold and diamond pavé charms put the diamond total at .25 cts. Wear with a dress in the opal’s bright green and blue palette, or with plain black to give this winning number all the attention. Perfect for the woman who needs a go-to necklace that will stop the show from opening night to last call.


Russian Life
The Latest Imports

Five foreign entrepreneurs find their way through the thorny Russian market— bureaucracy, bribes, and suitcases full of cash all included.

The St. Petersburg Times
August 28, 2013 (Issue # 1775)
American Dancer Soars at Mariinsky

Keenan Kampa, the first American to join the legendary Russian company, has just wrapped up the summer season.

The St. Petersburg Times
June 11, 2013 (Issue # 1763)
Eddie Izzard: A Force to be Reckoned With (Interview)

British comedian Eddie Izzard, known for his Monty Python-esque stand-up, will be taking on Russia for the first time on June 13, near the end of his three-month world comedy tour "Force Majeure."

The St. Petersburg Times
September 27, 2013 (Issue # 1779)
Harvard Degrees Pay Off Best

Times Higher Education, the global education rankings company that students look to when planning their education, has just released the results of its first Alma Mater Index: Global Executives. No surprise to anyone, Harvard University was identified as the best place to study for those planning on becoming a Fortune Global 500 company CEO.

St. Petersburg Times
August 7, 2013 (Issue # 1772)
Beauty Without Substance

Four galleries, 80 works and one subject: The nude female form. In “Beauty Without Glamour,” an exhibition at the Russian Museum, the nude in Russian photography is examined in all its variety from the 1940s to the present. While the exhibit invites viewers to engage in answering a question — Is a beautiful picture of a naked woman possible without objectifying the subject? — it provides little direction for them to give a satisfactory answer to, or even consideration of, that question.

The St. Petersburg Times
August 14, 2013 (Issue # 1773)
Budding Writers Gather in Iowa

Russian teenagers spend two weeks learning the craft of writing at one of America’s best literary arts institutions.

Digital News

South Dakota Girls, Gone Missing in 1971, Finally Found

More than four decades ago, two South Dakota teenagers drove off a country road on their way to an end-of-school party, meeting their untimely deaths in a creek below. That was the end of their tragic story-until now.

Brunei Sultan Rules Death by Stoning For Gay People

In a shift to a harsh Islamic penal code, the leader of the southeast Asian country of Brunei has mandated the death penalty for a wide variety of offenses, including homosexuality. The United Nations Commission on Human Rights expressed its concern over the new laws.

Italian Woman Pregnant With Wrong Baby After In-Vitro Mix-Up

In roughly six months, an Italian woman will give birth to another couple's twins. In a fertility treatment gone wrong, the woman was implanted with another couple's embryos, a mistake that was discovered when she was three months pregnant. Italy's health ministry said it was investigating the little mix-up, which occurred at Sandro Pertini Hospital in Rome.

Art Writing

Ben Gocker's "Scaredy Cat City" at P.P.O.W

"But it doesn't rhyme." That is the complaint most often levied at contemporary poetry. Where to find merit in a bunch of sentences cut at odd angles? Ben Gocker is a trained poet, untrained artist-whatever those terms mean to anyone these days.

Playing With Space: Matthias Bitzer's "Saturnine Swing" at Marianne Boesky

At the opening of German artist Matthias Bitzer's first solo show in New York at Marianne Boesky Gallery on East 64th Street, the artist trailed behind a group of exhibition goers, answering questions about his work ("it's all from my stack of shit"-in response to a query about whether a collage was made from found images or his own) and carrying a glass of white wine (none of which was made available to the rest of us).