They say a picture is worth a thousand words.

Whoever said that never read Shakespeare. 

I’m David Soyka, trading as Prose-Net Communications—creative for hire. Senior copywriter and wordsmith with extensive marketing and technical communications experience. Former newspaper reporter/columnist and college English teacher; published author of numerous freelance articles and short stories.

I paint a picture with words that sells your product,  promotes your brand, meets your business goals.  A masterpiece delivered on budget, on deadline.

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David Soyka is a freelance business writer, a creative thinker developing marketing and technical communications for clients in the financial, healthcare, insurance, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, retail and energy industries.

He holds an M.A. in Rhetoric and Composition from Rutgers University and has taught English at Rutgers, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) and The College of New Jersey.

A former newspaper reporter and columnist, he is a contributing writer for Industry Today, a trade magazine covering a range of industrial, high-tech, restaurant and food service topics.

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Essays and Feature Stories: The New York Times, Practical Homeowner, Goldmine, Central Jersey Monthly, The Star Ledger, Asbury Park Press, Fast Folk Magazine.

Business: Public Utilities FortnightlyPM Network, The World of Work Report, Tele – The Communications Magazine for Business, Industry Today and Food and Drink Quarterly.

Fiction: Altered Perceptions, Byline, Carriage House Review, Circle Magazine, Consequence Forum, Daily Science FictionEncounters, Santa Barbara Review,  Spectra,  Steampunk TalesNeo-opsis.

Criticism: Big SkyExtrapolation, Nova Express, The New York Review of Science Fiction, The Third Alternative, The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy: Themes, Works and Wonders, Vector.

Web: SF Site, Black Gate, Strange Horizons, Locus Online, Sci Fi WeeklyBookreporter, Fantastic Meropolis, Internet Review of Science Fiction.

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