My goal with this series is to share the work of Worcester-area women who are producing and publishing work. I’ll be featuring writers, podcasters, film/video and photographers.
Read their stuff. Watch their stuff. Buy their stuff.
Let’s Get To It
In this installment I’ve got an amazing group of bloggers and visual storytellers for you.
Nicole Apostola: Worcester Blogger
Nicole Apostola has been blogging about Worcester for over a decade. She’s a very involved member of our community and a great resource if you want to catch up on what’s going on during City Council meetings. If you want to get to know Worcester, read her stuff.
Jennifer Roy: Crazy Cat Lady Cannabis Blog
Jennifer Roy has a Graduate Certificate in Cannabis Regulatory Affairs from Clark University. She’s focused on the Cannabis Industry in Worcester and Massachusetts. Her blog covers topics related to the industry and profiles of professionals. Follow her if you have an interest in this relatively new industry. She shares a lot of great insight.
Em Quiles & Cara Lisa Berg Powers – Worcester Beacon
The Worcester Beacon is a collaborative publication with many very talented people contributing. Two I’d like to highlight now are Em Quiles & Cara Lisa Berg Powers. They each are doing a great job of looking at issues in Worcester and putting them into context. Check them out along with their collaborators on The Worcester Beacon.
Christine Peterson: Photographer, Worcester Telegram
Christine Peterson has been capturing the stories of Worcester and Central Massachusetts for years. Anyone who has seen the Worcester Telegram is familiar with her work. She’s got a great Twitter presence too. Follow her @ChrisPetersonTG on Twitter
Ashley Green: Photographer, Worcester Telegram
Ashley Green is an amazing photographer who seems to be everywhere taking all the best photos. I’m not sure how she does it but it’s great fun to watch. She also loves baseball and has some very adorable cats. Her Twitter feed has a lot of both and that’s worth a follow on its own. She’s @agreenphotog on Twitter.