Content is Queen.

 

Queens of Content is a collective of writers and strategists working to help clients build brand authority, drive traffic, and share their stories with impact. We're journalists, novelists, digital-savvy wordsmiths, neurotic grammarians, and lovers of language. With a range of life and industry experience, no two queens are alike.

Let’s make it reign.

 

You want content that cuts through the clutter—we get it.

For our B2B clients, this means speaking the language of your industry, developing expertise in your products and services, and finding new ways to help your company differentiate.

For our B2C clients, this means writing with empathy for your consumer and using compelling techniques that persuade them to act.

For authors and thought leaders, this means helping you hone your voice, tell compelling stories, and cultivate a following.

We thrive on these challenges. No matter the industry or the media, we’ll match you with the writers most suited for your project at hand.

 

 

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Meet the team

  • D'lynne Plummer
    D'lynne Plummer
  • D'lynne Plummer
    D'lynne Plummer
    D’lynne Plummer founded Queens of Content to connect her outstanding network of writing talent with organizations seeking to differentiate their brand, engage audiences, and share compelling stories. D’lynne has 20 years of professional experience, spanning her first gig as a freelance arts writer to a career in marketing and the eventual launch of her creative services agency, Exponent Collaborative. As a copywriter, D’lynne employs a research-driven, journalistic approach and loves taking deep dives into new subject matter, writing on topics as diverse as architecture, artificial intelligence, neuropathy, and nail polish. She specializes in copy that distills complex topics into engaging content, whether the final product is a blog post, website copy, whitepaper, video script, or conference presentation. She also takes great pride in connecting new clients with the Queens best suited to meet their specific needs.
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  • Lydia Davis
    Lydia Davis
  • Lydia Davis
    Lydia Davis
    Since gaining her BA hons in Media and Cultural Studies in 2012, Lydia has gained a wealth of experience as a talented and multifaceted copywriter. She began her journey as a writer by volunteering as the press officer for her local Community Interest Company, The Fold, in Herefordshire. Through working here she achieved the publication of her first press release across a double spread in the counties most popular lifestyle magazine.  She then took on a full time copywriting role for a homeware company, developing content for the website, the products and the weekly newsletter. Lydia then moved to London where she continued her ecomm writing with fashion retailer Casafina. A keen festival goer and guitar player, Lydia spent her free time building a catalogue of freelance work for online publications Coloursound and Talent 4 A Cause. With a love of research, and desire to learn more about digital marketing she then began writing her own blog on LinkedIn. From here she has been picked up by business owners and entrepreneurs seeking a ghostwriter for their own LinkedIn profiles. She is most happy when researching, writing and playing the guitar. You will often find her typing away in her London flat or serenading to her puppy River.
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  • Brittney Feit
    Brittney Feit
  • Brittney Feit
    Brittney Feit
    Whether on stage or with a pen in her hand, Brittney is a storyteller at heart. After performing principal and soloist roles with Tulsa Ballet for several years, she moved back to her native New York City to pursue new means of sharing stories. While earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Nonfiction Creative Writing from Columbia University, Brittney reviewed dance performances and art exhibits for The Village Voice and wrote food related articles for Long Island Pulse Magazine and the Park Slope Reader. During the process of interviewing artistic directors and restauranteurs for articles, she recognized their need for clear narratives and biographical content to promote their company or cause. It was then that she decided to combine her writing ability with her eye for design to implement effective content strategies, a skill she was lucky enough to develop in the Communication Design Foundation program at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Brittney has also produced social media marketing methods for ballet schools and individual artists looking to build a personal brand. In her free time, you can find her teaching dance to students of all ages or singing along to the radio in the kitchen as she explores how to tell a story with flavors.
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  • Susan Jobe
    Susan Jobe
  • Susan Jobe
    Susan Jobe
    Susan Jobe is an experienced newspaper and magazine editor. More than 25 years in the high-pressure environment of metropolitan newsrooms has given her a sharp eye for clarity, consistency and accuracy in writing. She began her career as a copy editor, eventually moving into content development, where she led teams of reporters on beats covering county government, local crime, federal courts and national politics. In 2014, Susan edited and produced an acclaimed 11-chapter profile on Boston Marathon bombing hero Carlos Arredondo that was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. She also has edited freelance submissions for publications in a variety of fields, including health and fitness, nutrition, history, travel and scuba diving. Now retired from journalism, she satisfies her urge to polish copy by editing columns and staff reports at The Triton, an international yachting journal for captains and crew. When her laptop is off, she is most likely to be found in a yoga studio or traveling with her partner to ultramarathons and endurance events around the world.
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  • Daryn Kagan
    Daryn Kagan
  • Daryn Kagan
    Daryn Kagan
    You might remember Daryn Kagan from her more than 12 years as an anchor on CNN. Today, Daryn is a syndicated newspaper columnist for Cox Newspapers. Her weekly, “What’s Possible!” column inspires readers in newspapers across the country. 80 of her most popular columns make up her latest book, “Hope Possible: A Network News Anchor’s Thoughts On Losing A Job, Finding Love, A New Career, And My Dog, Always My Dog.” She is the creator and host of DarynKagan.com, an inspirational, online website featuring stories that, "Show the World What is Possible." Daryn lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband, daughter, and Little Sister from the Big Brother Big Sister program. Her 3-legged cat, 11-month old rescue hound puppy, and eight chickens complete the family.
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  • Celia Laskey
    Celia Laskey
  • Celia Laskey
    Celia Laskey
    Celia has over eight years of experience as a copywriter. She's worked for advertising agencies including Grey and DigitasLBi, and has written for brands such as DIRECTV, Mitsubishi, Band-Aid Brand, and more. In addition to being a copywriter, she's also a creative writer. Her debut novel recently sold to Riverhead Books, an imprint of Penguin, and she has had short stories published in a number of literary magazines. She has an MFA in Fiction from the University of New Mexico. She lives in Los Angeles with her wife and their dog Whiskey.
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  • Christina Nagler
    Christina Nagler
  • Christina Nagler
    Christina Nagler
    Curious about everything from technology to true crime, Christina’s 15+ year marketing and communications career has been devoted to getting to the heart of the story. Whether leading content strategy for top banks and investment institutions, mentoring startups on market positioning, or articulating corporate perspectives through written materials, she is adept at developing and delivering meaningful messages. Away from her computer, Christina can be found running on Boston’s Esplanade, exploring the Green Mountains, or devouring a good book. Christina holds a dual concentration Strategy and Marketing M.B.A. from Boston University and a B.A. from Middlebury College, where she majored in English with a Creative Writing focus.
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  • Jan Velco Solomon
    Jan Velco Solomon
  • Jan Velco Solomon
    Jan Velco Solomon
    Jan Velco Soolman forged a career in brand management and communications, with diverse experience ranging from new product development and shaping brand strategy to creating integrated national campaigns. In her various roles she has crafted copy for multiple platforms and worked with web developers, print and package designers, photographers and social media strategists. In addition to her professional experience, Jan has pursued her passion for writing through personal endeavors. She is an author and playwright whose multiple stage plays have been produced in and around Boston. Most recently, she created, wrote, and co-produced the award-winning web series Staying in Boston, whose first season was nominated for over a dozen awards at the New York, LA and Miami Webfests, including Outstanding Writing and Best Creative Concept. Jan holds a Masters in Business Administration from Kellogg School of Management and a Bachelor of Science degree from Boston University, School of Communications. She lives outside of Boston with her husband, two kids, and loveable black lab.
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  • Nancy Stewart
    Nancy Stewart
  • Nancy Stewart
    Nancy Stewart
    Nancy Stewart is an experienced content strategist and digital writer. She has written, edited and directed content development for over 40 brand websites and executed dozens of blogging, email and social media campaigns. Earlier in her career, Nancy was an award-winning journalist and newsroom editor. In addition to contributing to the Queens of Content, Nancy is also the founder and strategist-in-chief at Reardon+Stewart Digital Marketing, a boutique marketing agency north of Boston that caters to small businesses and health clients.
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