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Welcome to The Journalism Shop, an easy-to-navigate site for finding highly skilled newspaper veterans interested in taking on freelance assignments. All members are former Los Angeles Times staffers offering a wide range of skills and interests, from investigative reporters to book reviewers, page designers to project managers. If you are looking for help with a complete editorial project, email us and we'll get you in touch with the right people.

Each page focuses on specific areas, and offers snapshots of our members and links to full profiles and resumes (many members can be found on more than one page):

  • If you're looking for someone to report and write a traditional piece of journalism, check out the "Reporting" page.
  • Veteran writers interested in tackling non-journalism projects, including public relations, ghost-writing and corporate (for-profit and nonprofit) reports, can be found on the "PR/Marketing" page.
  • Experienced page designers, copy editors and line editors are on the "Design/Editing" page.
  • Skilled project managers can be found on the "Projects" page.
  • Experienced librarians and researchers can be found at the "Research" page.

If you're not sure what you need, email us and we'll be happy to steer you in the right direction. We also welcome feedback and suggestions. A caveat: All arrangements are between you and the former staffers you may hire here; our role is simply to serve as matchmaker.

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