She’s a fresh graduate of North Central College with a degree in Political Science. Shannon Lausch says her dream job is to be an archivist at a presidential museum, but in the meantime, she’s having fun with freelance writing and exploring topics such as education, journalism, science fiction, arts and entertainment, and more on AC.
I caught up with Shannon to find out how this talented writer broke into freelance writing, and who she’s currently reading in the AC community:
SK: How did you get started with writing for AC?
SL: I was browsing Freelance Writing Gigs and the writers there were discussing Associated Content. I was all like “Oooh, what’s that?” and decided to check it out.
SK: Your favorite content category to browse at work:
SL: I like to browse the history and education pages. I also usually check
out whatever is featured on the main page.
SK: Do you write for other online sites or publications or only on AC?
SL: I write for Demand Studios as well as for private clients. I’ve recently started writing fiction thanks to the fun contests over at Accentuate Writers. Making stuff up is much more fun than writing factual articles.
SK: Your most popular/most commented/newsworthy article? Read the rest of this entry »