I’ve loved writing for as long as I can remember. When I was nine, I decided to rewrite Little Women because I thought my ending might be better than Louisa May Alcott’s. My first publicity gig was making posters for my high school’s production of “My Fair Lady.” That same year, I joined the yearbook staff, working my way up to Editor-in-Chief of my college annual.
That was more years ago than I care to count. I’ve worked in writing-related fields ever since, at magazines, newspapers, state agencies, arts organizations, and not-for-profits, and have professional training as a researcher, interviewer, and historian. I still enjoy putting thoughts into words and editing what’s already been written. As a freelance writer and editor, I help clients express themselves in exactly the ways they need, in order to get what they need, whether that means more clients of their own, new grant funding, standing-room-only attendance at an event, or an article ready for publication. Here’s more about how I expanded my business with the help of the New Ventures Maine (formerly Maine Centers for Women, Work & Community).
Take a look around my website. Read through the Samples page. Then call or email me, and we can talk about what good writing can do for you, your business, or your organization.
Thanks, and I’ll look forward to talking with you.
– Stephanie Harp, Owner
Good Writing Is Good Business
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