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Home > Tools for Freelancers > Members > Freelance Directory > Rachel Kaufman

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Rachel Kaufman

Specializes in: I write about science news for News.nationalgeographic.com, careers in media for mediabistro.com, and everything else for everyone else.

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3725 12th st NE
109
Washington, DC  
Phone: 202-470-2656
Fax: 8019347535
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Work has previously appeared: Washington Post, News.nationalgeographic.com, CNNMoney.com, Washington Post Express, mediabistro.com

My curiosity is insatiable. I don't write what I know so much as write what I want to find out. Doesn't matter the topic. I also copyedit fiction, on occasion, and consult others on how to break into freelancing.

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