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Justin Barisich has returned as Little Writing Man

By on November 26, 2013
Allow me to (re-)introduce myself. And please, you can consider this as a business meeting, seeing as we're dressed for the occasion.

Allow me to (re-)introduce myself. And please, you can consider this as a business meeting, seeing as we’re dressed for the occasion.

Dearest All,

As with a professional in any profession, you’ve got to be good at what you do to get paid well for doing it. For me, I’ve chosen the path of the professional writer, and I like to think I’m pretty good at it.

I’ve always had a way with words (writing them, analyzing them, editing them, speaking them, performing them, and even sleeping with them for a stint in college), and I’ve always found that the words enjoyed my company. So, I decided to go into business with my words, and thus, here we are.

I believe that a competent professional should be able to perform all facets of his or her job, not just the ones he or she prefers, or finds easiest. To that end, I’ve forced my mind and hand to practice various forms and genres of writing — creative, corporate, academic, media, and performance — so that I may be a valuable freelancer to anyone who comes calling (or clicking).

So please, use me for my wordsmithing skills. Hire me as a word mercenary. Peruse this portfolio masquerading as a blog to see that I am a man of my words. We each possess our own individual talents, and I’ve finally come to realize the best way to put mine to use.

-– Justin Barisich

littlewritingman@gmail.com

(404) 590-3928

[P.S. — If  you were familiar with this blog before, you may have noticed that it is no longer simply the host for my National Poetry Month “30 poems in 30 days” writing challenge. It has since evolved to encompass all of my various forms of writing, and I hope that you’ll remain just as loyal to my words and me now as you were before. ]

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