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Start-Up Offers Professional Writing Advice

By Louis Aguilar
The Detroit News

WWR Article Summary (tl;dr)The Detroit Writing Room” is the brainchild of Stephanie Steinberg, managing editor of Seen magazine, who along with her husband Jake Serwer, founder of Espresso Public Relations, have worked on the concept for three years. Potential clients will be able to hire “coaches” at an hourly rate to get consulting on a variety of writing and social-media needs.

DETROIT

Two millennial-aged media professionals are partnering with a retired Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter to launch a business based on offering writing advice to everyone from aspiring authors to entrepreneurs.

The Detroit Writing Room debuts in a downtown Washington Boulevard building in June. Its founders describe the start-up as a “space for writers, entrepreneurs, creatives and anyone looking to improve his or her writing skills for business or literary works.”

The start-up appears to merge elements of writing workshops, public relations agencies, co-working spaces and the gig economy.

Potential clients will be able to hire “coaches” at an hourly rate to get consulting on a variety of writing and social-media needs.

The Detroit Writing Room is the brainchild of Stephanie Steinberg, managing editor of Seen magazine, who along with her husband Jake Serwer, founder of Espresso Public Relations, have worked on the concept for three years.

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