View my profile here: https://muckrack.com/nick-bridwell-1
I have published pop culture essays, editorial profiles, concert reviews, and short fiction in print and digital formats. Here are a few links to my work:
Selected Blog Posts- Here are links to my author pages on various websites. They lead to dozens of posts on dozens of topics:
Wide Open Country
Pop Culture Features:
* Wesley Wyndam-Pryce: Joss Whedon's True Tragic Hero
* Joss Whedon 101: Buffy Season Eight
As Featured in Joss Whedon: The Ultimate Companion
Editorial Profiles & Features:
* Beautiful Weddings of Texas
* Experience Austin & the Hill Country: The Area's Most Unique and Interesting Places
* Interiors Midwest: Leading Designers Reveal Their Most Brilliant Spaces
To Possible Future Employers:
I am seeking a career in an inspiring environment that can benefit from my passion for creative writing and my appreciation of the importance of the written word. I want what most men desire, and what few men accomplish: to wake up in the morning and be truly, deeply excited to get out of bed and get to work.
My experience makes me an ideal candidate for writing fictional narrative, conducting and composing riveting interviews, and writing features on topics as varied as pop culture and world architecture. I've published articles about Joss Whedon. I've interviewed music royalty such as Sean Lennon. And in 2014, I published my first novel, The Ties That Bind, under The Fiction Supply Co. imprint. I am diligent. I am dedicated. And, I finish what I start.
While my literary goals often rely on the entrepreneurial spirit, I do believe that the financial stability of a long-term position is advantageous to the modern writer. I desire to grow with a company that encourages professional and personal progress. My personal philosophy is that a workplace that fosters the talents and celebrates the accomplishments of its employees is far more likely to succeed in its goals at large.
The world needs more Jerry Maguire idealists. We are in an America that could greatly benefit from people with not only vision, but the spiritual wherewithal to realize these visions. I want to be part of the artistic fabric of this great country and this great era. I want to write. And, I want to make a living doing what I love. If your company has an opening that fits these requirements, I'd love to hear from you.
So, that being said, let’s go to work!