Writer #9584
Boston, MA
6 Star Rating
49 Love Lists
155 Clients
279,000 Words
Just a few years out of Boston University with bachelor's degrees in both journalism and international relations, Jon Erik is a freelance writer eager to work. He currently works as a local newspaper reporter, events photographer, and an online comics journalist and critic.

While at school, he found his niche as a jack-of-all trades style of writer for BU's student magazine, The Quad. As a staff writer, columnist, campus editor, and editor-in-chief, he enjoyed wearing a number of different writing hats. His portfolio comprises over ninety pieces including breaking news articles, feature profiles, television and film reviews, commentary pieces, Q&A-style interviews, and more.

Outside the magazine, he wrote pieces for varied outlets including the Thomson Reuters Foundation, Boston University's Parent Magazine, and miscellaneous blogs. He now handles weekly newspaper and digital magazine assignments for various news organizations.

His experience adapting to numerous platforms, audiences, and writing styles serves him and clients well for freelance projects.


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Industry Projects

  • Entertainment100+
  • Humor2
  • Hobby2

Summary of Industry Experience


An aficionado of modern pop culture, he also has much experience with entertainment writing. He has written dozens of pieces on television, film, theatre, and web series, including interviews, previews, reviews, and analysis. From indie work to mainstream, there are few facets of media that Jon Erik lacks experience with.


Although not an expert in the humor "industry" per se, he enjoys lacing humor through his writing when the opportunity calls for it.

In his long-running review column of the television show "Glee," Jon Erik delivered critical analysis with humorous comparisons, observations, and anecdotes. In a Q&A article with the writers behind a web series about newlyweds, he conducted part of the interview as if it were "The Newlywed Game." Humor lightens the tone for both readers and subjects alike.


His knack for exploration unexpectedly landed him in the niche of writing about other niches, specifically hobbies in the genre of all things "geek." Over the past three years, Jon Erik has reported on multiple comics conventions (including New York Comic Con), has interviewed dozens of artists and writers, and has written over fifty pieces on comics.

Alternative artwork, gaming, tabletop games, and other related topics all fall under Jon Erik's purview.

Product Projects

  • Blog Post100+
  • Article100+
  • Web Page50+
  • Twitter Post2
  • Facebook Post2

Summary of Product Experience

Blog Post

A sizable portion of Jon Erik's portfolio includes blog posts; they are a cornerstone of modern writing online. He has written dozens of blog posts, many through his comic book column and television review column. He is also proficient with several blogging formats, including Blogspot, Wordpress, Tumblr, LiveJournal, and more.


As a journalist, Jon Erik's immediate basis for work is through writing articles. His wheelhouse includes breaking news articles, magazine articles, feature articles, and more. With a Bachelor's of Science in Journalism from Boston University, he is formally trained in how to write professional articles for a variety of formats.

Web Page

As a jack-of-all trades regarding online writing, Jon Erik has written his fair number of web page pieces. On WriterAccess, he has composed website biographies, company emails, informative articles, and various types of web copy. Outside of WriterAccess, he wrote and curated pages of web copy for his university magazine.

Twitter Post

On the day Jon Erik decided to pursue a degree in journalism, he knew that it would practically be a graduation requirement for him to get a Twitter account. Writing visibility depends on it.

As a four-year Twitter user with nearly three hundred followers, he knows to succinctly communicate ideas with panache. He has also managed the Twitter account for his university magazine, an account followed by nearly 2,000 people.

Facebook Post

As an avid Facebook user for the past 8 years, Jon Erik estimates that he's composed a large novel's worth of writing in Facebook statuses, comments, and blog post-like "notes" on just his personal account.

In addition to using Facebook socially, he has also managed the Facebook page for his university's student magazine. He knows how to attract new readers, manage interest, and maintain a professional yet engaging voice on the social media platform.

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