Lynn Lipinski is a writer with a knack for crafting text your audience wants to keep reading. 

Fast and reliable, Lynn is a professional writer experienced in non-profit, government and private sector communications. Her work has been published under her own byline and others in the Los Angeles Times, ARCca Magazine, Trojan Family Magazine, USC NewsUCLA Today and UCLA Magazine.

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. 

Lynn is currently accepting writing assignments. Please email her for a quote.

Work samples:

Magazines: Trojan Family Magazine

The Campaign for USC Hits $6 Billion And Keeps on Going, Summer 2017, cover story

How Parents Can Help Kids Deal With Divorce, Summer 2017

USC Empowers a New Generation of Social Workers, Spring 2017

Student, Servicewoman, and Social Worker, Spring 2017

Rick Caruso Honored with 2017 Asa V. Call Award, Spring 2017

Rod Nakamoto Takes Helm of USCAA’s Governing Board, Autumn 2016

The Roski Family Puts Eye Care Solutions in Sight, Autumn 2016

The Unexpected Journey of Stephen Guy, Spring 2016

Trojan Fulbright Scholars Gain a Global Outlook, Winter 2015

A Sustainable USC, Autumn 2015

The Popoviches: Six Decades as a Trojan Family, Autumn 2015

News: USC News

Dance’s Glorya Kaufman Sees Passion Come Alive in Arts Students, March 2017

Year in Review: Generosity of USC’s Friends Makes a Lasting Difference, December 2016

Giving Away Real Money Raises Stakes for USC Students, December 2016

Landscape Architects See Los Angeles as Living Lab in Combatting Climate Change, October 2016

USC Scientists Train the Next Generation of Researchers, June 2016

Keynote Speech: The Internet and USC’s Information Sciences Institute: Four Decades of Innovation

Working with the CEO, I researched and outlined the speech, developed and wrote the drafts and tracked revisions until final delivery at the 40th Anniversary of the University of Southern California’s Information Sciences Institute.

Annual Financial Reports: Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers FY 2017 FY 2016, FY 2015, FY 2014, FY 2013, FY 2012, and FY2011.

Developed theme, drafted content, tracked revisions until final publication.

Website Content: Garden Guide

Worked with subject matter experts to craft compelling copy encouraging water-wise gardening.

Website Content:

Copyedited existing text to punch up friendliness and ensure consistent voice.

Literary Stuff:

“Boggle on the Train” (short story), The Rush, February 2018

“The Dying Kind” (short story), Honorable Mention, 2017 Literary Competition, The Woven Tale Press (also published in The Woven Tale Press January 2018 issue)

God in the Waiting Room” (short story), published at ImageCurve, November 2017

Elegy,” “How to Make It In Business,” and “Child Saint” (poems), The Write Launch, September 2017

Shock” (poem), published in Birds Piled Loosely, 2016 Election Anthology, January 2017

“Write Your Stories” (personal essay), published in Give Yourself Permission Anthology, November 2016

“Sparrow” and “Broken Glass” (short fiction), published in The Woven Tale Press Selected Works, December 2015

“The Golden Voice of Salif Keita” (profile), published in Give Yourself Permission magazine, Fall 2015

“Racing the 500” (short story), winner of Wimmer Fiction Competition, Los Angeles Valley College, Spring 2015

Surprise,” published in Manuscript 50, Los Angeles Valley College, Spring 2015

Car Chase” (short story), ImageCurve, December 2014


“Lynn has an outstanding ability to explain very complex technical issues in a very easy to understand language. Extraordinary writing abilities…”-Rodrigo de la Parra, vice president for Latin American and Caribbean at ICANN.

“…Lynn put in a yeoman’s effort in developing and establishing as a premier learning and education program for water conservation – and a very practical one at that….” -Suresh Radhakrishnan, organizational development and training manager at Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.


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