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In addition to freelance writing, Catherine and Joe also do social media work for both small and large companies throughout the United States. Their client list includes: the Bank Administration Institute, Autre Monde restaurant and Texas Bank Corp., among others.
Editor Joe Wallace is a veteran writer in the literal sense. He spent 13 years in the U.S. Air Force as an editor, writer, reporter and producer for Air Force News Agency. His work has appeared on ABC, CNN, Animal Planet, The Pentagon Channel, and more than 700 local cable television stations across the USA. His articles appear in Indie Slate Magazine, American Fitness Magazine, Conscious Choice, Illinois Times, Gearwire.com, and many others.
Joe is a professional blogger, columnist, and music journalist. His favorite interviewees include Jesse Jackson, Nine Inch Nails, Bob Hope, Gary Numan, Cheap Trick, and Ty Pennington.
Since 2002, Wallace has worked for and with internet-based startups and new dotcom publications, developing editorial direction, guidelines and best practices. He is currently available on a freelance basis as a consultant. His expertise is best for websites in need of multi-media content development including podcasts, in-house video production and audio content. Contact him via jwallace242@gmail for details and availability.
Wallace wears many hats; his current gigs include a weekly column at LongIslandExchange.com, he’s a contributor to MilitaryHub.com, and Managing Editor of CheapToday.com. You can learn more about his experiences and background as a writer, photographer, musician and producer for radio and television at Joe-Wallace.com.
Editor Catherine L. Tully is a full-time freelance writer specializing in the arts, business, education and travel, among other subjects. Her writing appears in magazines such as Boys’ Life, Dance Teacher, Chicagoland Business Elite, Classical Singer, Writers’ Journal and many others. She is also a regular contributor to a variety of lifestyle publications in the Chicago area.
Catherine writes for the National Foundation For Advancement in the Arts’ (NFAA) publication, youngARTS, and has had her travel writing published in magazines ranging from American Style to Fido Friendly. Her work has been included in a Travelers’ Tales anthology and she also writes for several different healthcare publications across the nation.
Catherine authors a weekly health/wellness newsletter for a Chicago company who has a client list that includes The MacArthur Foundation, Hyatt Corporation and the Chicago Board of Trade. She has written copy that has been used by companies such as Frontgate, WalMart, ForRent.com, PetCo.com, eBags.com and BetterRecipes.com, among others. She has also collaborated with two other professors on a college-level fitness textbook that is currently being piloted at a Chicago-area university. For more information on her background and experience, visit her website: CatherineLTully.com. Feel free to contact her at writer (at) catherineltully.com if you are looking for a reliable writer with many years of experience. Catherine is also a photographer; see her work at www.moonbeamdigital.com. Find her on Twitter at catherinetully or on Facebook at:
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