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What I Learned about Freelance Writing from the Movie-Making Biz

May 14, 2018|0 Comments

Freelance writers need every ounce of inspiration to earn a buck or two and keep going when things get tough. Here’s what Pam Houghton learned from Michigan-based movie-makers at an AWC Detroit program back in 2010 that has stuck with her.

BUSINESS PROFILE: Stage 3 Productions

April 13, 2018|0 Comments

Stage 3 Productions in Warren, Mich. offers state-of-the-art studio facilities and creative services for print and video productions. Several AWC members recently participated in photo shoots there, thanks to Beth Farley, Stage 3 art director and AWC marketing team member.

NICHES: What It’s Like to be a Restaurant Reviewer

March 20, 2018|0 Comments

Freelancer Esther Allweiss Ingber writes on many topics. But one of her favorite gigs is being a restaurant reviewer. Here’s how she got that role at the Detroit Jewish News, how she goes about the assignment and her recent favorites among the dining spots she’s visited.

AWC Detroit Refreshes Its Brand!

March 6, 2018|0 Comments

Have you noticed we've changed? It's not just a new logo. We've been making changes to modernize and expand the services we offer our members. Carol Gillis, Vice President of Marketing, discusses AWC Detroit's brand identity and how it's been updated.

COMMITMENT TO PROMOTE LITERACY

Is it a birdhouse? An alarm box? A dollhouse? No, it’s a “Little Free Library” and they’re cropping up all over town. AWC Detroit has joined the effort to plant them in the community to make books more accessible to children and adults.

See unveiling of AWC Detroit’s first “little library” and learn about our literacy initiative.

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MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

Julie Fracker

Julie Fracker is the communications director for the Cranbrook Academy of Art and Art Museum. When Julie worked in media relations for Kmart, she took calls from national media after the company stopped selling handgun ammunition – a decision influenced by Michael Moore after he showed up in the company’s headquarters to film a scene for his documentary Bowling for Columbine.

 

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What I Learned about Freelance Writing from the Movie-Making Biz

May 14, 2018|0 Comments

NICHES: What It’s Like to be a Restaurant Reviewer

March 20, 2018|0 Comments

AWC Detroit Refreshes Its Brand!

March 6, 2018|0 Comments

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