Kimberly Flynn

211 Upland Way Wayne, PA 19087

Professional Experience

My work for national magazines and established websites has focused mainly on the body: how to take care of it (health, fitness, nutrition) and how to have fun with it (style, sex, liquor, cigars). I've also written about personal finance, parenting, and weddings. I've been involved in every phase of the editorial process--from idea generation to the final proofread. I'm resourceful, reliable, and ready to match my skills to your editorial style.


20 Years
25 Years
25 Years


25 Years
25 Years
25 Years


Magazine - Large Consumer/National magazines
20 Years
Newsletter - Consumer
18 Years
Online/new media
20 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

25 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs (10+), Runner's World (10+), Popular Mechanics (10+), Bicycling (10+), Krurapp Communications (10+), The UC Berkeley White Papers (10+)

Other Work History

2004-present: Full-time freelance editor, writer, fact-checker, proofreader Publications include: Runner's World, Bicycling, Popular Mechanics, Men's Health, Men's Fitness, Prevention books,, Sly, Sex & Health Online, The Knot, Bride's, Self 2010-present: Freelance copyeditor, The Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 2017-present: Freelance editor/writer/proofreader: Krurapp Communications 2018-2020: Editor, The UC Berkeley White Papers (Memory and Lung Disorders) 2001-2004, 2006-2009: Writer/researcher for Johns Hopkins White Papers (consumer health publications) 1999-2000: Associate editor, (startup website affiliated with Men's Health magazine) 1998-1999: Editorial assistant, New Woman magazine 1997-1998: Intern, Men's Health magazine

Computer Skills

Microsoft Office, Mac OS 13, Windows 11, Apple and Android platforms, social media platforms, Adobe Acrobat and InDesign


MacBook Air, iPhone 13, printer/copier/scanner, audio recorder, Canon EOS Rebel T3i


Paul Candon, managing editor, The Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs Leah Flickinger, executive features director, Hearst Enthusiast Group Linda Roman, editorial project manager, Remedy Health Media



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How the presidential candidates are staying in shape as they race toward the White House
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Add variety to your grill with these high-protein substitutes for chicken and beef.
The right jeans for your body type
Three easy ways to boost your immune system without becoming a hermit
Great new ways to celebrate your last days of singlehood
20 easy-to-swallow medical treatments
Make sure you don't miss these important deductions, which might soothe a bit of the pain in your wallet.
How to handle the postwedding blues
Almost all teenagers are offered alcohol and drugs at some point--what they do next may be up to you.
Redirecting his hunt toward fitness helped Michael Bailey lift all parts of his life.