Claire Krulikowski
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Over 16 years experience as a professional COPYWRITER, SEO E-COMMERCE CONTENT WRITER, EDITOR, and EVENT PROMOTER. In addition, I TEACH college-level courses in Technical Report Writing (a 4-credit course), as well as other writing classes (Editing and Proofreading, etc.) part-time. Previous work experience includes 20 years business department management mostly in procurement. I possess the organizational, creative, professional skills and experience that benefit businesses and individuals. Allow me to help you and your business.

Oregon Author of Spiritual, Inspirational, and Travel Books
My three books transport readers on journey to new thoughts, new locales, new heights:
-- Moonlight on the Ganga is an India travel memoir of experiences along the Ganges River near Rishikesh, India.
-- Rapture: Love of the Heart offers poetry that inspires readers to "Imagine a love that transcends lifetimes, a quest of one soul to feel again the passion and embrace..."
--Living A Radical Peace: Creating Life Anew explores why people fear peace and demonstrates that peace is not passive, but, rather, a potent energy assembled in a certain format.

All three books are available online. MOONLIGHT ON THE GANGA (ISBN: 0-595-39655-0)

“Hooks of fears” clawed at author Claire Krulikowski on her first morning’s awakening in India, a land she’d never planned to visit. However, in Rishikesh she heard the call of Ma Ganga, the Sacred River, and accepted its enticing invitation to leave everything she knew behind. Diving into the river of life teaming around her, including meetings with lepers, wounded monkeys, swamis, stalkers, pilgrims, shopkeepers, holy cows, and more, Krulikowski stepped outside her beliefs of how things “should be,” trusting life and everything in it! She came to know happiness and peace moment-by-moment. Enjoy the stories in Moonlight on the Ganga, her pleasurable memoir…

Nonfiction inspirational LIVING A RADICAL PEACE (ISBN: 1-4241-2279-1)

Living a Radical Peace: Creating Life Anew demonstrates that peace is not passive, but, rather, a potent energy assembled in a certain format. Providing readers with five reasons people have come to fear peace, author Claire Krulikowski then questions the foundations of our beliefs and the illusions we create when we accept the standards of common authorities. It is, she states, when we each commit our Allegiance to a Higher Authority that we engage the full power of our soul’s call.

Krulikowski weaves the depth of meaning and potential of radical peace into the consciousness of readers. Using personal parables, illustrations from texts, and also using Jesus as exemplary of one who defied the status quo and was not passive, Living a Radical Peace proposes, “Jesus wasn’t kidding,” that we are encoded as spirit before matter and capable of shaping physical substance and experience to create life anew.

Inspirational poetry collection, RAPTURE: LOVE OF THE HEART (released in both a new print edition, and ebook format )

As the introduction to Rapture: Love of the Heart explains, "The most intimate relationship we enwrap our lives within reveals the truest aspect of who we most truly believe we are in that moment. Its ambiance is reflected in the glimmering light of our grandest expectations for it. What does this truism say of our relationship with God? What happens to a woman who falls in passionate love with God?…Pressed between these sheets, the poetry of such whispered moments reflect and acknowledge a sacred romance and God's greater desire for personal intimacy..."


2011/2012 EVENT PR e-GUIDE for SOUTHERN OREGON - (emailed, PDF format). This extremely beneficial, live-link manual enables organizations, bands, authors, speakers, dance troupes, and others planning events in Southern Oregon to easily access print and online event calendars, TV and radio, chamber of commerce sites, plus travel directions, webcam, and weather sites - A practical "one-stop-PR-source" with direct links to sites covering the Rogue Valley, southern coast, Klamath, Grants Pass, and more.

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Talent has been my home since 2003 after a move from Issaquah, Washington.
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The vibrant creativity and beauty of the region and people.
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Strengthening and promoting the works of regional authors and writers, via events, PR, and just plain "showing up." And we now have the annual SOUTHERN OREGON BOOK & AUTHOR FAIR which takes place in Ashland each November, and which I've been priviledged to organize since 2005 (after assisting the previous years' organizer). In 2010, however, I've turned the reins over to another. I've also noticed other people starting things like monthly meetings of poets, etc. It's exciting to see the community becoming more aware of the writing creativity within its midst.
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