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Bio (click to expand) As a staff reporter-turned-freelance journalist, Anna Pratt, who lives in Minneapolis, Minn., has ventured into garbage houses, spent the night in a homeless shelter and witnessed a fistfight in a church basement, all for various stories. Her byline has appeared in the Star Tribune, The Line, the Southwest Journal, the Minnesota Independent and several suburban and community papers, web publications and broadcast media in the Twin Cities. Pratt is active with the Society of Professional Journalists' freelance community and she serves as the treasurer for the award-winning Minnesota Pro Chapter of SPJ.

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Home > Tools for Freelancers > Members > Freelance Directory > Barb Shelley

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Barb Shelley

Specializes in: Arts, Profiles, Business, Entertainment, Health/Wellness, Education, Agriculture

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Salt Lake City, UT  
Phone: 8016737837
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Work has previously appeared: Daily Newspaper, Community Newspaper, Local/Regional Magazine, Trade Magazine, Newsletter

The first time a newspaper paid me for writing, I was 14-years-old, and, besides freelancing as the community beat writer for my small town, I was serving as editor of the high school newspaper in between involvement in drill team, pep club, and school sports. I was thrilled that something that came so naturally to me, would actually provide a paycheck. Best of all, I knew that the stories I wrote, could influence and improve lives. At 14, I knew that journalism and communication would be my life calling. My career includes executive and staff positions leading and implementing communication for global and national organizations -- successfully influencing and changing lives through stories. Contact me to find out how I can help you and your organization meet your goals.

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