Articles, photographs and film information by Karen Back, an experienced freelance writer, photographer and filmmaker.
CV and homepage for UK journalist Tom Barton. Includes online cuttings and a collection of essays on British Politics.
Beckius, Kim Knox
Web home of travel writer and photographer Kim Knox Beckius, whose specialty is travel in New England.
Science editor and freelance writer from Washington, D.C. who contributes to Wired, The Economist, Outside, and Smithsonian.
Collected journalism of UK newspaper and magazine writer David Bennun. Includes interviews, features, profiles and criticism.
Bombay-based freelance journalist, writing mainly on business and finance. Includes an article archive.
Senior writer for Boston Magazine and freelance political writer for other national and international publications.
Summary covering the careers of Nellie Bly and F. Matthias Alexander. Explains how one women her mark on American journalism.
Veteran Seattle-area freelance writer and editor specializing in profiles, business and health articles.
Freelance writer focusing on family issues, kids, and teens.
British journalist based in Kolkata, India. Publications, examples and contact details.
Brooke, Bob - Writing at Its Best
Featuring the work of a freelancer, his resume, picture gallery, and reading lists. Also has resources for professional writers.
NewsNighters Club; formed for news anchor man Aaron Brown of CNN's NewsNight.
Short summary of the career of a science journalist specializing in physics and astronomy.
Freelance journalist based in London, UK. Career summary, portfolio of published works, guestbook, and link to weblog.
Resume and links to online articles by the journalist, writer, photographer, and columnist in South Carolina, US.
Sample articles and C.V. of Keith Bush, a freelance writer and editor with several years' professional experience and bylines in a range of national publications.
Reporter who writes about government and corporate corruption, crime, national security, politics, physics, and art.
WSJ.com: The Numbers Guy
Carl Bialik's weekly columns in the Wall St. Journal, focusing on the use and misuse of numerical information in the media and public discourse. [RSS]
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