Lisa Ploch Swope


Location icon United States of America

Former journalist and web content writer seeking new writing and editing opportunities. I am an Editorial Freelance Association member.

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Local Ecommerce Company Wins Bizrate Award | | 70 West Sentinel has earned the Bizrate Circle of Excellence Award for the fifth consecutive year. The Wentzville business is one of just 187 online retailers in North America to earn this award, which is based on customer feedback. Out of more than 4,700 retailers in the Bizrate network, the 2015 Circle of Excellence winners represent the top 4.6 percent in customer satisfaction.

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Suffragette Group Celebrates 100th Anniversary of Women's Right to Vote | | 70 West Sentinel

The Missouri Independent Suffragette Society (MISS) is bringing the women's suffrage movement out of the history books and into the streets. Dressed in period clothing, the group's first public event will be the Wentzville Fourth of July parade. Women will be wearing suffragette sashes and carrying signs promoting women's right to vote, not to mention ankle-length skirts and elaborate hats.

Course Review: EFA's Book Mapping for Developmental Editors

I balanced on the edge of an office chair and waited impatiently for my manager to take a seat across the conference table from me. Without preamble, I delivered the lines I had rehearsed on my drive to work that morning: "I'm leaving the company to focus on my freelance writing and developmental editing career.

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Opinion: Send Me to Summer Camp. Please? | | 70 West Sentinel

I'm looking for a summer camp that caters to women over 30 with no athletic abilities, a place where hard-working ladies can get away from the office, away from the laundry, away from the junk mail. I want to leave my car behind.

Imagination is Liberation

Experiences can become a treasure trove of inspiration to improv players creating scenes only using their imagination. How can you tap into them?

A Lyrical Experience

ComedySportz® Richmond Minor League players Carsen Young, Malerie Anderson, and Didier Paul Fleurisme discuss auditioning for the musical parody Lyrical Weapon.

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