I’ve got more entertainment writing coming soon to CityBeat: the much-anticipated Mortals Reunion feature, a profile of Richie Ramone biographer Peter Aaron, and a chat with the creators of an upcoming Phratry Records documentary.
Here’s an excerpt of the Peter Aaron feature, still in progress:
“It’s Richie telling the story,” Aaron assures. “I’d never done a book like this before,” he emphasizes. “It was a long adventure, and Richie’s one of those people who plays it close to his vest; he’s not a big talker. I felt like it was a real journey for him, in terms of opening up. Once he started doing that, he really got into it and came out with a lot of great stories.”
As for myself, I’ve really been enjoying a return to music writing, but also look forward to tackling my next technical writing venture or consumer marketing work.
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Freelance writing gigs can unpredictably drop in from colleagues, friends and complete strangers from all corners of the world. Online sites promising to match freelancers with work can be a mixed bag, but this morning I threw my hat in the proverbial ring which is Contently. Check out my in-progress profile.
Setting up my initial profile went very quickly, and the site touts itself for specializing in bringing top-level companies to freelancers who specialize in specific niches (like Travel Writing, or Data Visualization). Drop a comment below if you’ve had any experience with them—I’d enjoy hearing about it.