Freelance journalist, photographer,
author, and public speaker

Nancy Grant researches and writes feature articles and columns, news briefs, web content, blog posts, and non-fiction books.

A freelancer since 1986, Grant brings a wide range of skills and experience to every project to help her clients meet their deadlines and information goals.

Grant’s special area of expertise is energy technology. Grant writes the monthly “Future of Electricity” column for Kentucky Living magazine, and is the author of The Pocket Idiot’s Guide to Your Carbon Footprint.

Grant explains the nuts-and-bolts details of today's energy innovations and policy proposals - without the hype, and without political overtones.

Grant also writes about a broad range of other topics, including agriculture and animal husbandry, rural economic development, sustainable practices, and the cooperative business model.

American Society of Journalists and Authors
Cooperative Communicators Association

Nancy Grant is also an experienced public speaker and workshop leader. Please click here, or use the Speaking & Workshop tab at the top of this page for details.

Ideas when and where
you need them

- Crisp, conversational style
- Relentless research and
      careful reporting
- Digital images for
      text-and-photo packages
- Cheerful attention

      to all details

Each project is carefully tailored to meet the client's needs, deadlines, and budget.

Contact Nancy Grant:

New clients always welcome.

From her base near Louisville, Kentucky, Grant provides on-the-scene reporting and photography within the region, with travel to other locations easily arranged.

Attention meeting planners
and event coordinators:
Now booking engagements
for 2015 and 2016.