Samantha Loomis studies at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and writes for the campus newspaper the Racquet. She is a news clerk and part-time reporter at the La Crosse Tribune. Samantha writes newsletters for DuraTech Industries as a corporate intern. She is an enthusiastic freelance writer and a published poet.
Sean Donnelly is an Irish freelance sports writer who has been published extensively on a variety of newspaper, blog, and EBook sites, including http://worldfootballebooks.com/. Sean is a graduate of University College Dublin (UCD) where he achieved a First Class Honors degree as a Bachelor of the Arts and he is currently studying for a Master’s degree in Trinity College Dublin (TCD) where he reads history.
Angela Jones is a graduate of Georgia Southern University with a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Writing. She is a current PhD student in the Sociology department at Georgia State University. She currently works for the Georgia Department of Labor and is also a freelance writer and ghostwriter.
Kalli Damschen is currently a student at Baylor University, where she is double majoring in English and Journalism. She is a deeply passionate novelist and journalist, and she loves the power of words to entertain, inform, and influence. Her writing has been published in a number of newspapers and websites, including Utah’s The Standard Examiner and www.mentalfloss.com.
Travis Murphy is a Canadian journalist and political activist with an established career in online publishing. His experience in global travel and humanitarian aid give him a vivid perspective on political issues all around the world. Travis often writes and reports on compelling issues that encourage others to take action.
Brian Wright has decade’s worth of sports journalism experience. A MLB Lead Writer, Brian has been featured on Bleacher Report, SB Nation, as well as The Washington Examiner, and is currently a staff writer with the Stafford County Sun (VA). While attending Virginia Tech, Brian covered Frank Beamer’s Hokie football team (among other sports) for the school’s daily campus newspaper.