Adrienne Cohen

Content Strategist, Copywriter, Editor, Ghostwriter

Storyteller at heart, journalist by training, traveler by choice

Trained to report the news with accuracy and fairness and to find meaningful stories in unique places, Adrienne Cohen still follows her instincts to get the "real" story, and then she tells it with style and grace, and sometimes with a personal twist. She has traveled extensively, detoured into entrepreneurial ventures that include home building and design, corporate personnel, public relations, urban farming and alternative agriculture. She explores food and culture around the world and in the heartland of America and counts time spent as first mate on a privately-owned motor yacht as some of the best years of her life. She is determined to keep on learning and exploring as long as she lives. Adrienne has written millions of words, under her own byline and as a content producer and ghostwriter; she refuses to be categorized in a single genre, and is always interested in venturing down new paths. She is as curious as a cat, and would love to discuss your needs with you.
Content Types
Article, Blog Post, Interview, Press Release, Website Copy, Social Copy, Recipe
More Information
University of Minnesota , BA, Journalism
Fort Worth, TX, USA|Languages

Published Content

Challenge: Cleaning out a handbag
July, 9 2018
About that upcoming election . . .
November, 5 2018
A long time ago . . .
February, 17 2018
Pushing the Reset Button
March, 12 2019
Old Salts, Salt Licks and Pretzels . . .
April, 1 2019
Rituals and memories . . .
April, 19 2019
Blog Post
Selling to Chefs: Overcoming the Logistic Challenges

A piece about farmers who market directly to restaurant chefs and the dynamic partnerships that result.

January, 30 2019
Blog Post
Thunder in the Sky

A personal view of a major news event.

December, 8 2018
Blog Post
Today, and 100 Years Ago . . .

The story of a "grandparents' trip" to explore the interestes of a 10-year-old!

August, 12 2018
Blog Post
Under a wandrin’ star…
January, 3 2019
Blog Post
Wake Up and Smell the Flowers

The growing popularity of edible flowers.

November, 17 2018
The travel bug and what to do about it
October, 26 2018
More thoughts about Cuba
November, 6 2018
Cuba: The ‘after’ story
October, 29 2018
Blog Post
D-Day — so long ago, but not forgotten . . .

Memoir of a trip that was an emotional journey, both personally and historically.

June, 5 2018
Good Food and Faraway Places

Story of a great ocean liner -- and the effort to save the ship from the scrap heap -- with a personal twist.

July, 6 2018
Blog Post
The Call of the Old West

A trip to a local museum sparks memories of childhood and growing up in a small western town with a long history as a "cowtown."

November, 13 2018
The top 10 Middle Eastern airports

Planning travel to the Middle East? Here are the best airports to fly into.

July, 21 2017
Blog Post
Wichita: A Return to the Old West
October, 30 2018
Blog Post
The open road: Traveling tips

Tips on how to make a road trip special.

May, 10 2016
Blog Post
16 Best Businesses to Start in 2017

A review of interesting fields for entrepreneurs in 2017.

November, 1 2017

Story about up and coming young fashion designers: Triplets from Ghana.

October, 11 2016
Blog Post
Independence . . . a few thoughts
July, 5 2018
Life is a celebration . . .
November, 12 2018
All those ships; and all those seas
July, 6 2018
Blog Post
The next big adventure
August, 16 2018
It’s the people, not the places . . .
September, 7 2018
Time-tripping: A new perspective
September, 19 2018
Are You Shopping Farmers Markets?
November, 9 2018
Urban Aquaponics in Fort Worth, TX
February, 2 2014
Blog Post
Eating well in Puerto Limon . . .
June, 26 2017
Internship benefits go both ways
March, 7 2018
SALADAY: The gift of healthy food
December, 3 2017
Fish Tacos at The Fish Grill, Waxahachie
April, 19 2016
Look Up: The Birds Are Coming
April, 20 2018
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