Jean Gogolin runs the The Writer’s Clinic, a WordPress powered site that runs on the Headway theme framework.
The website and blog are called “The Writer’s Clinic” and it’s designed for advanced writers – particularly those who write about science. I’m in the process of changing the subtitle, as soon as I figure out what a better one would be, and several of the site’s pages. I want to emphasize advanced writing skills in general, not just science writing.
I’ve been a professional writer for – wow – about 40 years, as a newspaper and magazine writer, corporate communications staffer, executive-level speech writer and freelancer. I spent most of my corporate career with high tech companies, including DEC, Lotus, Northrop, IBM and EMC Corp.
I’ve had bylined articles in The Boston Globe and USA Today and ghostwritten op/ed pieces for The Los Angeles Times and The Wall Street Journal.
But now I specialize in science and discovery. Why? Because science is too important for science writing to be the province of scientists alone.
I write about science like a combination of journalist and short story writer using all the techniques that bring the best fiction to life.
I also work with clients who want a coach or collaborator for their own writing. I listen hard, ask lots of questions, help them think through their objectives, and then work with them to write the piece.
I love what I do — and I’d be happy to do it for you.
So if you need someone to help you with your writings, take a look at The Writer’s Clinic.