‘We’re really, really pleased to have you on board.’ Douglas Sutherland editor Swan Magazine
‘We really enjoyed your Cultural Centre blog and would like to you create a new post in January.’ Tweet Perth/Visit Perth City/City of Perth
Glennys began her writing career by chance in the 1990s whilst working as Promotions Officer for the Australian Red Cross Society (WA). For three years she was responsible for editing and managing the youth magazine Youth News and providing content for the adult magazine. Since then she has since contributed articles and cartoons to a number of magazines and websites.
Her portfolio includes:
Columnist – Swan Magazine monthly column (See link below). Past column in Mazda MX5 Magazine Perth.
TwitterPerth.com – chosen amongst Perth’s Top 40 bloggers to contribute to this site. See link below for examples.
Visit Perth City (City of Perth website) – long content about things happening in Perth. See link below.
Regular freelance contributions to:
- The Weekly Review (Victoria). See link below
- ABC Ramp It Up. See link below
- Divine.vic.gov.au (Victorian Website for disability)
- Research News (Australian Social and Market Research Association). See link
Examples of her work
Pieces for Visit Perth include: How To Do The Perth Cultural Centre Like a Pro
Pieces for Tweet Perth include: Behind The Scenes At Sexpo
Opinion ABC Ramp It Up: Disabled People Don’t Drive Sports Cars
Travel writing at The Weekly Review e.g. Sampling Perth (images have been removed)
Swan Magazine, column Will Global Praise Change Our National Psyche?
Business writing can be found in the Australian Market & Social Research Society magazine Research News, February 2013 edition entitled Focus Group Moderation, Now With Added Gruen Effect.
Her blog The Ponder Room had readers from over 20 countries within the first six months and this has increased to over 60 countries. The site now receives numerous requests from PR companies. For more information about being featured/advertising on this blog please go to the blog.
She is currently the Professional Development Coordinator of the Australian Society of Authors (WA), a member of the Australian Society of Authors, the Federation of Writers WA (FAWWA), and Australian Cartoonists Association.