Kelsey Bricknell

Written Content Specialist

Kelsey is an experienced creative and professional writer, committed to replacing tired copy with sharp, clean text.
She specialises in creative, content, and technical long-copy; social media marketing and management (headline, sales, and short copy); and on and off-line editing (corporate and creative documents).

Portfolio

Brisbane Good Food Month
Commissioned promotional feature article advertising upcoming Good Food Month events in Brisbane (Commissioned by editor at Cook My Way).
Sugar vs. Fat: Which is Healthier?
A two-way debate, with each writer researching and producing their argument. Teams were assigned by Cook My Way editors, but topics were brainstormed between writers.
Brisbane's Top Five Gluten-Free Pizzas
Top five list of the best gluten-free pizzas available in Brisbane, based on taste, price and convenience.
Five ingredients that rival any kind of take-away
A feature article offering quick, easy, tasty and healthy alternatives to take-away food.
Game of Pies
Feature of Brisbane baker, Lauren Tregenza of Flame Tree Bakery, and her Game of Thrones themed pies.
Ancient or Antique?
Review of Scout Cafe at Petrie Terrace, Brisbane. This post also examines the "vintage" or "indie" trend taking over local cafes.

University (Honours Thesis and Undergraduate pieces)

The Welcome Mat
Excerpt from Bachelor of Fine Arts (Creative and Professional Writing) Honours thesis: This Space Has No Walls - examining the use and potential power the domestic domain has in...
Renovations and Extensions
Honours Thesis: Chapter 2. This is an exegetical chapter exploring the theoretical concepts that shaped my thesis topic.
Moving House
Honours Thesis: Chapter 3. This is a creative piece (short story) which blends and discusses theoretical concepts with elements of fiction and story telling. It was written to...
Crime Fiction in the 21st Century
Examining the preservation and subversion of genre in 21st century Crime Fiction.
Through Her Eyes
Chapter one of a work-in-progress, Crime Fiction novel: The Unseen
When "Beginnings" mean the end
The tragic predictability of Raymond Carver. Thumbnail Flickr photo credit: Vlastimil Koutecky 9205842055

Creative Work

Closed Doors and Sour Soap
A 4287 word work of contemporary realism.
Along the Bruce
A 2571 word work of contemporary realism.

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