About seawoman

Sandra Sealy is Principal Consultant & Writer for Seawoman Creative Media - a boutique writing agency (seawomancreativmedia.com) Her background in public relations in marketing combined with her strong creative writing skills, have ably prepared her as an expert copywriter, copy editor and freelance writer. Sandra covers a number of content needs like copy for brochures and websites, advertorials, restaurant and book reviews, press releases, feature and cover stories, pictorial text and more. More information will be on the revamped business website to come at seawomancreativemedia.com Sandra's work has been widely anthologised. Some of her writing credits include: CALABASH: A Caribbean Journal of Arts & Letters (USA) ; Arts Etc (Barbados); WomanSpeak; POUI: The Cave Hill Literary Annual of the University of the West Indies (Barbados); SHE Caribbean Magazine (St. Lucia); Urban Entertainment (USA); In Paradise Magazine:Barbados (Writer/Editor) and the Nation Newspaper (Barbados). Sandra is excited about her upcoming first book, "Chronicles of A Seawoman: A Collection of Poems". To be added to the list for the upcoming trailer and news re: the launch, sign up at http://bit.ly/SeawomanChroniclesSignUp You can also read samples of Sandra's work at Contently.com

Death By Deadline?

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Death By Deadline?

“Death By Deadline” features award-winning writer from Barbados, Cher Corbin.  Look out for her book “Silvered Mirrors” soon.

“Big Rock Tales” is a strip about “living in a writing whirl” created by Barbadian writer Sandra Sealy.
Sandra writes, blogs, teaches creative writing and is Shakirah Bourne’s “Lit Mom” (yeah nepotism BIG TIME!).
Visit her blog Seawoman’s Caribbean Writing Opps – offering tools, resources and more for writers of the Caribbean and beyond.

Senseisha-nalism

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Senseisha-nalism

“Big Rock Tales” is a strip about “living in a writing whirl” created by Barbadian writer Sandra Sealy. Sandra writes, blogs, teaches creative writing and is Shakirah Bourne’s “Lit Mom” (yeah nepotism BIG TIME!).
Visit her blog Seawoman’s Caribbean Writing Opps – offering tools, resources and more for writers of the Caribbean and beyond. http://www.seawoman.wordpress.com