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  Sarah Gilbreath
Professional/Personal Overview
  Freelance writer currently specializing in women's health, science/technology, and food/nutrition editorials, as well as magazine-style print games. I also write novels, shorts and screenplays.
Work Info
Editor 2 Years
Researcher 2 Years
Writer 2 Years
Food Entry Level
Health 1 Year
Women's Issues 1 Year
Total Media Industry Experience
4 Years
Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)
Pregnancy & Newborn magazine (11+)
Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)
Georgia Institute of Technology Auxiliary Services (6-10), Georgia State University (3-5)
2nd Place Best Book Review 4-Year Division GCPA Better Newspaper Contest, Georgia Press Association
Freelancer Availability
I occasionally freelance. I have a driver's license. I have access to a car.
Work Samples
(Georgia State University College of Arts and Sciences, 9/19/2013)
(Georgia State University College of Arts and Sciences, 9/17/2013)
(Georgia State University College of Arts and Sciences, 9/5/2013)
(Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, 7/1/2013)
Informational article about gestational diabetes and preeclampsia.
(Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, 6/1/2013)
(Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, 4/15/2013)
(Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, 4/15/2013)
(Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, 4/1/2013)
April Fools article (please note that this is a published joke article poking fun at traditional pregnancy articles!)
(Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, 3/26/2013)
This article covers this year's theme for National Nutrition Month and gives advice on making healthy eating fun with multi-ethnic cuisines.
(Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, 2/20/2013)
This article was published in the March 2013 issue of Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, and will be online after the issue leaves stands. It covers some new ideas for ways to use leftover baby food after toddlers have moved on to solids.
(Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, 2/12/2013)
This piece covers the cardiovascular changes that women can experience during pregnancy, including warning signs for serious conditions, treatments, and preventative measures.
(Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, 2/10/2013)
This article delves into the use of the pulse ox test to detect heart defects, and includes an interview with an activist in the field.
(Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, 2/8/2013)
This piece covers dental care for babies under the age of 1.
(Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, 1/23/2013)
This piece covers the importance of folic acid for women who are pregnant or may become pregnant.
(Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, 1/20/2013)
In addition to giving information about various types of birth defects, this article provides advice on how to minimize the risk of defects and promote neonatal health.
(Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, 1/15/2013)
This article covers cold and flu treatments that are safe and effective for pregnant women.
(Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, 1/12/2013)
This article addresses cervical cancer and its symptoms, treatments, and causes. It includes cervical health information and advice for all women, particularly those who are pregnant.
(Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, 12/18/2012)
This light-hearted piece touches on some creative ways to use non-traditional Christmas decorations to brighten up a nursery year-round.
(Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, 11/15/2012)
This article shares versions of classic Thanksgiving dishes that are safe for children under the age of 1.