I help people tell their story, share their message, and reach their audience through clear and thought-provoking writing, detail-oriented editing, and straightforward guidance on how you can share what you have to offer.
You've got the message, the product, or the idea. I've got the experience and skill to put it into words and ensure you're speaking direcly to your audience.Learn More →
You've done the leg work in crafting your piece, but you need to be sure your words are clear, coherent, and error-free. You need an editor - that's where I step in.Learn More →
You want to publish your work, but you're not sure how to go about it. With a decade of experience under my belt I can help you navigate the publishing industry and avoid the slush pile.Learn More →
This is a rebuild of the incredible creative effort by the team behind Epicurrence. Here's a link to the rebuild video 🎥. Feel free to share it below if you enjoyed your visit 😄⛰️☀️
Hi, I'm Jessica Antony!
I’ve always been enthusiastic about researching, sharing people’s stories, and using language to affect change. I love writing and I’ve done a lot of it for myself and for my clients, but I also love helping other people polish and fine-tune their own words so that they can be confident that their message is being clearly received.Learn More →
John Zabawa is a California-based freelance artist and graphic designer. We talked about how he got into freelance work, where he finds inspiration, and what's on the horizon for his artwork practise.Learn More →
As a writer, I specialize in writing personal profiles, straightforward website and marketing copy, and valuable content marketing pieces. As an editor, my expertise lies in non-fiction books (both academic and trade), research reports, and articles. You can see a few samples of my work below. Keep scrolling and you'll find my Writers Series and Medium articles.
In this piece for Sherpa Marketing I explain the foundational elements of AR and how small businesses have used it in their ecommerce efforts.Read More →
In this piece for CBC Arts, I interviewed Josh Ruth, Managing Director of Art City, about the after-school art program's first curated exhibit.Read More →
In this piece for EQ3 Stories, I explore the ways in which architectural choices can influence and control the ways in which we move in public spaces.Read More →
In this ongoing series I talk to writers about their work to better understand the victories, challenges, and motivations of those of us who write for a living. Speaking with other writers helps to make connections with others in the industry and learn how to better face the challenges that many of us share in common (but may not recognize).Learn More →
It’s been about two months since the coronavirus pandemic has kept most of us inside and, unsurprisingly, shit has changed. We’ve all had so much more time to think about what’s important to us, who’s important to us, and what just doesn’t sit right with us when it comes to the ways in which our little worlds operate. Pre-pandemic, feeling inadequate as a self-employed woman felt like a hilarious, evil rollercoaster that went from “I am an Independent Woman and I can do this!” to “Why didn’t anyone tell me I am a moron for attempting to make money on my own oh my god I need a Real Job.” I’ve written about Imposter Syndrome before — pieces that provided tips on pushing back against it, how to manage it, and, eventually, calling it out for the BS that it is. But honestly, there’s nothing like the world as we know it screeching to a halt to really shine a light on how capitalism is truly designed to screw us all.View Article
Whether you have a specific project you need help with or you’re interested in talking about how you can get your ideas on the page, I’m happy to talk shop.