Kim Wade

Savannah, GA USA

Professional Experience

After 10 years as a stay-at-home super mom, I went to Savannah College of Art and Design and earned my MFA in Writing and restarted my writing career. I have spent almost two years as a successful well-published freelancer covering everything from celebrity features, to weddings, home design, SEO writing, blogging, and personal essays. I have a gift for storytelling and finding a unique way to bring personal emotion to the page. You can view my writing samples at


2 Years
3 Years
Social Media
1 Year


2 Years
2 Years
Women's Issues
2 Years


Magazine - Local/Regional magazines
1 Year
Newspaper - Local/Regional
3 Years
3 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

3 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Media Shower (10+), Savannah Magazine (10+), Savannah Morning News (1-2)

Other Work History

Social media coordinator/intern for Savannah Book Festival, Submissions coordinator for Savannah Morning News, grant writer/public relations for nonprofit Horsin' Around

Technical Skills


Computer Skills

Word, Blackboard, WordPress


laptop, digital camera, audio recorder


Annabelle Carr Editor, Savannah Magazine 1375 Chatham Parkway Savannah, GA 31405 912.652.0297 Dr. Beth Concepción Professor of Writing, SCAD 117 Arnold Hall Savannah, GA 31415 912.525.5505


SCAD leaders, SCAD honors scholarship, Outstanding graduate SCAD


Writing samples

A Savannah businesswoman teams with local designers to transform her tiny cottage into a high-end getaway.
Leave the fake snow in the can and spruce up your imported traditions with some authentic Savannah style. As you might expect from a woman named Holley, the co-author of the new book "A Savannah Christmas" is not only an expert gardener and floral designer-she's also the Grinch's worst nightmare.
I spent an evening with "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" star Lady Chablis at the iconic Club One in Savannah, GA. The Lady opened up to me about everything from her past as a gay, black man in Savannah to her thoughts on womanhood and marriage.
I spent an evening at a meeting for Compassionate Friends, a support group for grieving families. What I discovered was not a group of grieving parents, but a group of individuals bound by shared grief searching for a way to help others.