For over twenty years, Diane Patrick has provided a wide range of high-quality writing, research, and editorial services to both individual and corporate clients; her work has appeared in industry-specific as well as consumer publications. As a journalist, she has covered authors, books, and the publishing industry for Publishers Weekly, Criticas, Black Issues Book Review, and Essence, and music, entertainment, and legal topics for publications such as Billboard, Jazziz, JazzTimes, The Wire (U.K.), Legal Assistant Today, and Diversity and the Bar. She is also an award-winning author of nonfiction books for children, and has contributed to dozens of reference works about African Americans and their history.
Corporate editorial services clients have included Amistad Press Inc.; The Barrett Company; BBC Radio 2; The Franklin Institute Science Museum; Marca Jazz Festival (Italy); McPherson Andrews Marketing, Inc. (educational materials); The Roz Group; Silver Moon Press; Simon & Schuster; Thunder’s Mouth Press; and Ken Webb Enterprises.
With an extensive and eclectic writing portfolio which includes books, feature articles, biographical profiles, educational materials, and promotional materials, Diane Patrick is a true “utility” or “go-to” service provider for publishers, editors, and book packagers. Previously, she was a New York City paralegal specializing in real estate and family matters.
Learn more at Diane Patrick’s official website