Andrew Lisa

A digital-age writer who learned everything he knows in an real newsroom with actual pica sticks

Andrew Lisa has been writing professionally since 2001. Formerly one of the youngest nationally distributed columnists for the largest newspaper syndicates in the country, the Gannett News Service, he worked as a section editor for amNewYork, the most widely distributed paper in Manhattan. He became a full-time freelance writer in Los Angeles before moving back to the East Coast, where he currently lives and works in a tiny yellow cottage in a little New Jersey beach town across the water from New York City. In 2016, he was published in Time, the Huffington Post, MSN, the Seattle Times, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Las Vegas Journal-Review and several widely read trade publications.
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How to Invest in Your Branding and Career in 2018
December, 21 2017
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Reasons Your Next Vacation Rental Should Be a Tiny House
October, 11 2016
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The Most and Least Expensive Guacamole You Need to Try
September, 14 2017
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Rio’s $20 Billion Olympics — and the Protests and Tweets That Followed
August, 15 2016
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Here’s How Much Gun Violence Is Costing You a Year
July, 7 2016
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10 Setbacks All Small Businesses Must Overcome
June, 22 2015
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Seattle’s Privateer Holdings Raises $75 Million to Fund Pot Conglomerate
April, 20 2015
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