Since 1990, our founder, Kirk Wood Bromley, has written, ghostwritten, edited and/or published nearly every kind of print and web text imaginable: full-length books, speeches, magazine articles, annual reports, grants, blog entries, newsletters, brochures, websites, franchise agreements, feasibility studies, business plans, policy papers, study materials and exercises, resumes, lesson plans, network overviews, textbooks, op-eds, position and theory papers, editorials, advertisements, market analyses, mission statements, press releases, culture reviews, manifestos, plays and various research documents upon a vast array of topics.
Mr. Bromley has also taught or lectured on writing at Stanford University, The New York Business School, the National Book Foundation’s Summer Writer’s Camp at Simon’s Rock College, SUNY-Purchase, Los Angeles Community College, Monroe College (NYC), and Trinity School (NYC).
If you are looking for any kind of writing or editing, his style is adaptable, his grammar impeccable, his specialties diverse, his delivery punctual, his rates comparable, his creativity abundant, and his reliability absolute.
Samples provided upon request.
Opinion Editorials – Our uniquely crafted and powerfully positioned Op-Eds have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN.com, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Washington Times, Foreign Policy, Defense One, Al-Monitor, Inquirer.net, Reuters, The Financial Times, Al Arabiya, The National Interest, SUSRIS, and more.
Political Analysis – We have written a number of long-form documents on a wide range of political topics, including a regular article entitled “Events and Effects” in The Saudi Review, an overview of Saudi Arabian Reform policies for the Saudi Embassy in London, an analysis of Sino-Saudi Relations for the Pentagon’s Office of Net Assessment, a major study on the future of military and anti-terrorist operations in the Middle East for the London School of Economics, a history of the Muslim Brotherhood for a professor at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, an extensive proposal for utilizing human needs theory to provide mediation in the Bahrain/Iran Conflict, and a research document on how the Internet was used in the 2000 US Senate elections.
Global Energy Markets – Our writings on energy have included an in-depth analysis of OPEC’s history, policies, and future potential for interested share-holders entitled OPEC: The Future of a Cartel, a presentation comparing Saudi and Iranian energy holdings for the Saudi National Security Assessment Project, and various market projection pieces.
Full-Length Books – We have ghost- or co-written three full-length books: The Pocket Idiot’s Guide to the Kama Sutra by Ron Louis and David Copeland, The Arousal Plan by Sarah White, and A Tribute to the History and Hope of the Maricopa Community Colleges for MCC in Phoenix, AZ.
We have written political speeches for several top-level Middle Eastern diplomats who have presented them at the United Nations, The Council on Foreign Relations, Oxford University, Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy, The Royal United Services Institute, The King Faisal Center for Research & Islamic Studies, Harvard’s Belfer Center, and more.
Besides our extensive experience in writing content for websites and web marketing campaigns, we have crafted a number of documents that have helped start or grow businesses. Our RFP for The Plant in Yonkers, NY, won that organization a $6 million piece of highly coveted expansion property. Our texts for the Essam and Dalal Obaid Foundation helped them collaborate with CNN on the $1 million Freedom Project to fight human trafficking. Our business plan helped secure venture funding for infiniteMEDIUM’s RateMy Network. And our Bahrain Feasibility Study for Phoenix Consulting helped businesses enter that profitable international market.
We have helped our clients publish articles on their brand or gain press for their projects in such leading publications as Psychology Today, Vice, Huffington Post, New York Magazine, Dazed, Rhizome, Broadly, Art Forum, and more.
We have written grant applications and mission statements for a number of arts organizations, including Inverse Theater Company (NYC), the Performance Club (NYC), and The Plant.
Mr. Bromley has written bespoke research documents on English literature, Middle Eastern, Asian, and North American politics, international relations, conflict resolution, general business, marketing, management, company analysis, education, history, medicine, psychology, philosophy, religion, and law.
We have written textbook sections and provided essay editing/tutoring for Holt Rinehart Winston, Jeddah Private Schools, and a number of individual clients.
Our blog entries have appeared on POV Magazine, YNOT News, Rash Magazine, Tonic.com, ThePerformanceClub.org, RateMyFace.com, NYTheatre.com, and Theatermania.com.
Besides the website design and implementation you can read about in our web development section, we have written web texts for a number of our clients, including ThePlant.com, SimpleCare.com, DonaldWhittaker.com, EDOF.org, SarahWhiteLife.com, and more.
One of our specialties is developing and writing media and marketing campaigns on the web. We have crafted press releases that gained our client a place in the opening monologue of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, carried out extensively successful social media campaigns, and were early pioneers of the E-Newsletter systems (even before Aweber.com!) that are now ubiquitous aspects of every corporate e-marketing system.