Professional Freelance Writer Directory
Information for Clients
Are you tired of being bombarded with pitches from unqualified writers when you advertise on classified or bidding marketplaces? If you're looking to pull your next writer from a more professional pool, look no further.
The All Freelance Writing Freelance Writer Directory features only experienced professionals. You can browse their profiles below by category or search for any keyword related to your project and use the contact information each writer provides to discuss project details with them. (Note: All Freelance Writing allows writers to advertise their services, but is in no way involved with the hiring process or client-freelancer relationship beyond that.)
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Information for Writers
Most high paying freelance writing jobs are never publicly advertised. Clients frequently search for qualified writers independently. They find writers through referrals. Or they receive direct queries. Help those clients find you with a listing in our professional freelance writer directory.*
If you're looking for advertised gigs in the meantime, consider browsing my freelance writing job board, where I post ads direct-from-clients as well as curate ads from other sources (the vast majority featuring pay information so there's no guessing before you take the time to apply).
Affordable writing, editing, book composition, and computer consulting.
Name: Stace Johnson
Type of Writer: Other Freelance Writers
Location: United States
Rate Type: per project
Average / Typical Rate:
My Website / Portfolio: http://www.lytspeedconsulting.com/
As a freelancer, I have published more than thirty articles for magazines like Rocky Mountain TechLine and ComputorEdge, as well as several poems on the now-defunct RomanticShortLoveStories.com website, where I was a featured poet. I have edited several book-length manuscripts, and I have gained a reputation among Denver-area writing groups as a thorough editor and fact checker. Recently, I began working in book composition, as well, preparing print and e-books for Rough Road Press. Though I have not yet published any fiction, one of my short stories received an Honorable Mention in the Fall 2009 Writers of the Future competition, and another was selected for oral presentation by Denver's Stories for All Seasons literary series. In addition, I have created lots of web content for sites such as the AllAbout series of websites, 100WordsADay.com, and GearLive.com.
Experience / Education / Qualifications
Book composition & editing - Numerous manuscripts, including the following:
Keith Keller Stories: 1961-2005 by Keith Keller
One is Infinity by Robert A. Granger
A Measure of Disorder and A Cure for Chaos by Alan Tucker
Editor of Fort Lewis College Literary Magazine (Image) in 1987
Non-Fiction articles - Over thirty non-fiction articles for magazines, including:
Rocky Mountain TechLine
Website content - Multiple blog posts and content articles for sites, including:
AllAbout series of websites (uncredited)
GearLive.com (as Stace Johnson)
100WordsADay.com (as Lytspeed)
BlindBetPoker.com (as Lytspeed, forum moderator and writer)
I attended Fort Lewis College from 1984 through 1989, studying English with a concentration in Creative Writing. I minored in Computer Science.
I have also attended the following writing workshops:
Odyssey Online Writing Workshop - "Worldbuilding", featuring Melissa Scott
Bruce Holland Rogers workshop
In the past, I have been an active member in the following writing groups:
Melanie Tem's Writing Group
Ed Bryant's Writers' Circle Group
Old Possum's Writing Group
How to Contact Me
* My emphasis is on featuring more experienced writers. I set limits on rates accepted here (no less than $50 per article / per page / per hour), so you don't have to worry about getting lost in a sea of beginners or extremely low-priced writers in the all-too-common "race to the bottom" marketplace bidding structure. Here you can have a presence in a <em>professional</em> marketplace for a <strong>one-time fee of $24.95</strong> which helps weed out inexperienced writers while also helping to support this site.