Writing

Categories below are general. For specific types of material please contact me. In most cases, I have only provided a sampling here and the most current materials may not yet be added. But I’m a friendly person and I’d love to hear from you if you think I can help with your writing needs.

 

“Anna Black is a gifted writer with an eloquent command of the English language. Perhaps most importantly, she is consistent, reliable and always meets her deadlines. She’s easy to work with and is an indisputable asset.”
—Andrea Culetto, Editor

 

Business Writing, Business Blogging, Press Releases, and Promotional Content

Comcast Leads Next Generation Customer Service
Road Trip: Discover Winter Fun at Mount Baker
Four Points by Sheraton Supports Northwest Youth Services
North Cascades Institute Leadership Adventures: Changing Lives Through Growth
First Federal’s Interactive Teller Machine Frees Customers
Mount Baker Theater Features Talented Families
Romance Lives at the Chrysalis
Whatcom Museum’s Endangered Species Exhibit Astonishes Visitors
Experience Holiday Magic at Bellewood Acres
CorePhysio Resists “Nascar Healthcare”
Save the Abundant Harvest Season in a Jar
New Lodging Association Forms in Whatcom County
Launching Success Supports Families and Children
Savvy Farmer’s Market Kids Give Good Business Advice
Mount Baker Theater Acts Invite Audience Involvement
Ski to Sea: An Extraordinary Community Event

Reviews

Sonya Huber’s Pain Woman Takes Your Keys, at The Collagist
Nicole Walker’s Egg, at Hayden’s Ferry Review
Patricia Collen Murphy’s Hemming Flames, at Hayden’s Ferry Review

Profiles

Community Treasure: Former Museum Curator Barbara Matilsky
Randi Axelsson is the New Director of Sales at Solstice Senior Living
Charles Crooks and CannaSoul: Cannabis Enhanced Spirituality Services
Northwest Indian College Centers the Student Experience
Peter James Opens Nature Photography Gallery

Interviews

Alice Notley, Issue 62, Hayden’s Ferry Review
Sarah Marcus Donnelly, author of They Were Bears
Lauren Eggert Crowe, author of Bitches of the Drought

Fiction, Poetry, and Creative Nonfiction

“Nine Ways to Fail at Temperance” and “Sixes and Sevens”
“Abrasion of a Swell” and “Broken Sonnet for T10/11” (includes audio)
“Dancing at a Vigil”
In Sight: An Ekphrastic Collaboration (anthology), “Nelson”
We will be Shelter: Poems for Survival (anthology), “El Desierto”
Discovering the San Juans (photography, cover and inside spread), New Mobility
Bacopa Review, 45th Parallel, and more