Beth Ward is an Atlanta-based writer, editor, and digital storyteller. A word-crafter and professional question asker.
As a journalist, her favorite tales to tell are those about art, culture, and women’s health, and you can find her bylines in/on NPR, BUST, Atlanta, Creative Nonfiction, The Bitter Southerner, Atlas Obscura, Diversity in Action, Girls at Library, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and elsewhere. She has been a guest on Georgia Public Broadcasting’s On Second Thought, and her work has also been featured on West Virginia Public Radio.
In August 2019, Beth was named managing editor of DWF Magazine, the editorial arm of the Dream Warriors Foundation, an Atlanta-based non-profit that empowers women, femme-identifying, and non-binary individuals through grants and community outreach and support. In 2019, Beth also joined the team of VIDA: Women in Literary Arts as a volunteer nonfiction editor for the VIDA Literary Review.
Prior to this position, she served as the books editor for ARTS ATL, a preeminent source for independent arts & culture coverage in Atlanta.
“I have hated words and I have loved them, and I hope I have made them right.” -Markus Zusak
Additionally, Beth works with companies and organizations as a content writer, copywriter, copy editor, and digital content strategist. She has a passion for working with women-run companies, and those that seek to empower or advance the lives of women and girls.
Beth’s clients seek her out for her ability to craft compelling, engaging, person-driven content that effectively bridges the gap between editorial and marketing, humanizing their brand to more genuinely connect with their readers, audiences, customers, and users.
- Digital content creation and management
- Creative content planning and editorial strategy
- Writing and editing of web content, marketing materials, press releases
- Copywriting, copy editing and proofreading
- Blog content writing and management
- Emails and newsletter campaigns
- Social media content and copy, community management