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Joe Sutton

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Joe Sutton

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freelance writer, proofreader & poet

Bio


freelance writer, proofreader & poet

BIO

Joe Sutton is a freelance writer, proofreader and poet residing in central New Jersey.

While studying at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY, Joe got his start by sniffing out local events and gallery openings, which he covered and reviewed for The GROUND Magazine and the now-defunct Brooklyn Exposed. Extending from the arts to an interest in marketing, Joe covered behind-the-scenes peeks into prominent advertising campaigns for Resource Magazine. You can find some of his interviews and essays on the Huffington Post

Since graduating from the Pratt Institute in 2013 with a BFA in Writing for Publication, Performance and Media, Joe has written advertising copy, marketing materials and blog posts for various services and publications. He is a current contributor LC Living, where he blogs regularly.

Priding himself on his ability to research complex information and relay it to the average reader, Joe enjoys learning and writing about all sorts of topics--but his main areas of expertise are publishing & literature, the arts, home & garden and design. As for his personal, creative writing, Joe is obsessed with the internet, augmented reality, virtual spaces and interactive narratives. He might also spend an unhealthy amount of time thinking about Pok√©mon.

You can read Black Sun Contact--his book of poetry exploring surveillance and the virtual through a walk across the United States via Google Streetview--for free by clicking hereMaybe I Can, Too, a recent interactive work of poetry, is available for reading here.

Joe is currently accepting assignments. Feel free to check out his selected samples and contact details if you would like more information or to get in touch.

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Feel free to send a message at any time: joesutton100@gmail.com

 

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