Lynn Lipinski is a writer with a knack for crafting text your audience wants to keep reading.
Fast and reliable, Lynn is a public relations pro experienced in non-profit, government and private sector communications as well as fiction writing. Her nonfiction and corporate work has been published under her own byline and others in the Los Angeles Times, The Tulsa Voice, Trojan Family Magazine, USC News, UCLA Today, and UCLA Magazine. She is the editor of SOURCE Magazine, a print quarterly for the water industry.
Lynn’s speciality is taking complex concepts and explaining them in plain English. Her extensive corporate experience includes ghostwriting articles for C-level executives, managers, and senior staff, along with writing white papers, web content, news releases, marketing copy, and more.
Creative and curious, she channels an overactive imagination into fictional worlds where justice rules, karma is a bitch and the good gal comes out on top. Her second book, "God of the Internet," was named to Kirkus Reviews Best Indie Books of 2016 list. Her first book, "Bloodlines," is set in her hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma, which also happens to be her favorite place to write about even though decades of living in L.A. have worn away the Okie accent. She earned an Master of Fine Arts in creative writing from Mount St. Mary's University in 2018. Her short stories and poetry have been published in Red Earth Review, Manuscript, The Woven Tale Press, The Rush Literary Magazine, Birds Tied Loosely and more.
Lynn is currently accepting writing assignments. Please email her for a quote.