Who are the WriterGals?
WriterGal Network, LLC (affectionately known as the WriterGals) is a network of independent, New Mexico-based women writers, editors, graphic designers and Web developers, formed in 2004. What began with a small gathering of women organized by Karen Jarnigan and Leila Johnson at the Route 66 Diner in Albuquerque, has grown to over 40 members from around the state who meet regularly to share ideas, advice, project leads and professional support for each other.
Today, the WriterGal Network provides creative services to clients worldwide. Our members are New Mexico-based writers, editors, public relations and marketing consultants, graphic designers and Web developers with a minimum of five years of professional experience in their respective fields. We provide our clients with expertise in a broad range of categories, including:
- Journalism, Books & Screenplays
- Marketing, Advertising & Public Relations
- Online Content
- Publishing & Editing
- Technical, Academic & Grants
- Web Development & Graphic Design
Within those categories, the WriterGal Network can help you find an experienced, specialized professional when you need one. Do you need Web copy or design? A press release? Grant writing? A tagline or jingle? A magazine article? Our members include independent writers and designers working in a variety of industries. Search our database to find a creative professional who can meet your needs.
Creative Options for Every Client
When you hire a WriterGal, you receive the support and connections of an entire network of communications professionals. We work independently, and when we come together, our writing, editing and creative communications experiences and perspectives become more powerful and persuasive, resulting in top quality products and services for our clients.
The network also benefits our clients by enabling us to help them find additional, complementary talent when they need it. Members with different areas of expertise often partner on projects, and can readily make referrals within the group.