Justin Barisich

Founder of Little Writing Man // Copywriter and Storyteller

Good Stories, Well Told.

I’ve always had a way with words.
Writing them, analyzing them, editing them, speaking them, performing them – and even sleeping with them for a stint in college.
And from our long courtship, I’ve always found that the words enjoyed my company just as much as I enjoyed theirs.
So after years of going back and forth, I decided to go into business with my words – and a practiced hand – to help others create good stories, well told.

So use me for my wordsmithing skills. Hire me as your word mercenary.
I’m here to help you find the story you always knew was there, and then set it on its feet to walk out and win over the world.
And I promise you, it’ll go far.

After all, I am a man of my words.
— Justin Barisich / Little Writing Man
[email protected]
(404) 590-3928

United States of America

Portfolio

The Slant

Interview with Adam Mansbach, author of GO THE F*CK TO SLEEP

"Satire is useful to me because I can use humor to bring people to the table, get them laughing, and disarm them so that I can make my points more strongly."

The Slant

Interview with Comedy Central Comedian Aaron Karo, author of RUMINATIONS ON COLLEGE LIFE

"The Slant: So, drunken thoughts became your ticket to fame? Aaron Karo: Yes, that would be a good thing to tell the fans."

Feature-Length Magazine Articles

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The Hybrid I Am - Kat Zhang / The Hybrid Chronicles

When Kat Zhang walked into her first class at Vanderbilt, her mind was set on medicine. Four years later, she carries a hard copy of her own novel and a signed book deal for a...

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Left, Right, Forward. Never Back. - Keith Rawls / Nashville B-Cycle

Fresh off his retirement from the U.S. Navy, Keith Rawls moved to Nashville and masterminded the Nashville B-Cycle program, all while leading a health-conscious cultural shift...

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The Apportunist - Steven Buhrman / Wannado App

He used to be a linebacker, middle school teacher, political organizer, and philosopher. Now, Steven Buhrman, the founder and CEO of Wannado, is pouring all of his experiences...

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The Mind Behind the Mount - Karen Hayes / Parnassus Books

With over thirty years of publishing experience, Parnassus Books co-owner Karen Hayes is quietly reviving the dying art of the independent bookstore.

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The Front-Runner - Mark Miller / East Nasty Running Club

What do you do when something you create begins to take on a life of its own? For East Nasty Running Club founder and president Mark Miller, the answer is learning to let go.

Travel Writing - Atlanta

Trip.com

More than Simply Southern - Atlanta Edition

Even though it's camped sprawlingly inside of the "deep south," as a city of transplants, Atlanta boasts a surprisingly international side as well.

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From Before the Fires - Atlanta's History Hot Spots

This is Atlanta for those who don't know that this city has a history. While a decent bit of it did burn down (twice) and other parts were swept out and under the rug, Atlanta...

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Eat Like You Live Here - Atlanta Edition (Inside the Perimeter)

After living in a city for a while, locals earn the title of "local" because they learn and know where to go. But with Atlanta being such a massive and spread-out metropolis,...

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Atlanta's Arts to Warm Your Hearts

For some strange reason, a lot of folks seem to think that all the arts in America are hoarded in New York City, Los Angeles, or Chicago. Not true, world. Though the arts scene...

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Beyond the Traffic - Biking for Atlanta's Best

Sure, with the busiest airport in the world and one hell of an urban-sprawl problem, there are a lot of folks around Atlanta driving cars - with a lot of those cars stuck...

Travel Writing - New Orleans

Gogobot.com

"How's ya momma and 'dem?" - (Some of) NOLA's Local Culture

While it may be physically located in the south, New Orleans differs immensely from any other southern city in America. As Chris Rose, one of the city's most famous journalists,...

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More than Marie (Laveau) - The Voodoo Guide for Supernatural Seekers

Known as the Voodoo capital of the U.S., New Orleans reserves a huge spot in its thumping heart for the supernatural, the occult, and the off-kilter. And since NOLA's a gigantic...

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Eat Like You Live Here - New Orleans Edition

With a truly unique combination of Cajun, Creole, French, Italian, Spanish, and good 'ole southern cuisines, New Orleans is easily the food capital of the south, if not of all...

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Three Nights in NOLA - Your Curated List of Must Dos for a Short Stay

So you just rolled into town on the MegaBus, carpooled with a few friends from college, or magically convinced your boss that you just had to stay in town those few extra days...

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These Marshes Hold Memories - New Orleans' History Hotspots

New Orleans is a vital American city; anyone who tells you otherwise is a fool. Just look to your history books. Handed back and forth between the French and Spanish in its...