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Don’t believe it? Well, it is when you look as far as the horizon.
A view past the horizon might show the curvature of the Earth, but who looks that far ahead?
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Consider Communications is a writing, editing, and content-generation and -management firm headed by Michael Clark. Clark's communications and journalism work spans more than three decades. Let Consider Communications be your communications department, generating polished, professional web content, documents, and public relations services.
And now, a word about . . .
Michael Clark is a creative, innovative, and award-winning writer and editor. The author of three books, and contributor to several others has experience in everything from website content through the world of print media. Clark also has edited magazines, animated mundane copy as a technical writer, and written organization-specific style guides and speeches for clients.
Clark wrote Reason To Believe (Avon Books), about the growth in belief of psychics and paranormal phenomena. He also co-wrote Once Life Matters, the life story of prison minister Marty Angelo and served as ghostwriter for Reflections Through the Window, the autobiography of prison minister Ron Sharp. He contributed to The Christian Family Guide to Organizing Your Life (Pearson Publishing), part of a series from the publisher of The Idiot’s Guide series.
With experience on Internet websites, newspapers, magazines, and newsletters, Clark's credits include work in academia – producing the website for Regent University – and online, as a founding team member of Christianity.com. That work was built on efforts in the 1990s, as a reporter and columnist for The Virginian-Pilot – Virginia’s largest daily newspaper – and as staff writer for Port Folio Weekly, an alternative newsweekly in southeastern Virginia. From the mid-1980s to the early 1990s, Clark served his apprenticeship in the editing ranks of magazines and newsletters in and around Washington, D.C. Editing credits include Campaigns & Elections political industry magazine and other business and community publications.
Clark also has experience in communications and publishing in the association market for organizations such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Greater Washington Board of Trade. At those two associations, Clark directed B2B publications and contributed to speech-writing efforts.
Honors include two Virginia Press Association writing awards:
1997 - 1st Place - Reporting - Community News (team entry), daily newspaper series
1996 - 1st Place - Sports Stories, weekly publications.
Academic studies include graduate work in journalism and professional writing (Old Dominion University) after graduating from James Madison University in 1984 with a BA in English.
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