*About Elyse Glickman*

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My work has appeared over the years, on a regular basis, in Taste & Travel, Intermezzo, SIP, Millennium, Tasting Panel, SOMM, In the Mix, Bar Business, Whole Life Times, Malibu Times Magazine, Hidden Hills, and The Jewish Journal.  I also continue to hold long-time editorial posts at Lucire and C-Suite Quarterly (CSQ), and was food editor at Boulevard Los Angeles from 2002-2016.

Other published credits include The Real DealHarper’s Bazaar Malaysia, BeE Woman,  FIT, The Jewish Exponent, Food & Beverage, Dining Out, Enchanted Bride, Las Vegas Bride, Las Vegas Woman, NUVO (Canada),  WhereLA, NEO (Spain), From House to HOME, Wedding Vow, Casa Y Hogar, La Reppublica, Beauty Store Business, Dayspa, JWest, Arizona Foothills, Estates West, SE7EN, Beverage Industry News (Managing Editor), Patterson’s Beverage Journal (Editor-at-Large) and New You.

In 2010, I co-founded and compiled the content of Liquid Living Magazine, which focused on home entertaining, decor and gastronomy. The project included six full issues and a special trade show edition.

In addition to regular coverage of food, beverage and travel topics, my regular “beats” include Business Profiles, Health/Wellness, Philanthropy, Beauty, Fashion, Jewish Human Interest, Celebrity Profiles, Entertainment, Philanthropy and Weddings. I also do a lot of my own photography when an assignment requires supplementary artwork.

Between 1995-2001, I worked full-time in public relations and advertising, specializing in the creation of media kits and business collateral for restaurants, wineries, food companies, film and television projects, fashion companies, retail stores and other lifestyle-oriented clients. I am still actively work with several P.R. firms as a content provider and writing instructor for their staffers. I use my vast network of contacts and sources to write solid, entertaining and informative copy  for placement in different consumer and B-to-B publications.  I also have the capabilities to create engaging materials for public relations and marketing purposes with a magazine style that appeals to readers looking for a sensory experience beyond the text.

 

 

1 Comment

  1. Hi Elyse,

    A Philadelphian by birth and Louisvillian by choice (after marrying a native son 45 years ago), I was delighted to read your recent article about my adopted hometown in the Exponent. A friend sent me a copy and I contacted the Shapiras about it. When I lived in Philly, we often looked at areas west of Pittsburgh (even west of Harrisburg actually) as country. Friends and relatives offered condolences when they heard Michael and I would be living in Louisville, but now those same people envy our decision. I thank you for protraying “us” in such a positive way. There really is life outside of the big cities — and it’s a good life at that.

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