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Collaborating with a select group of dedicated professionals, Wendee Holtcamp, sole proprietor of LOGOS Communications, LLC offers writing, video production, and photography. Writing includes reports, newsletters, web content, and articles. Let me know what you need, and I'll work up an individualized quote.

Holtcamp teaches a popular 6-Week Online Writing Course.

Online Writing Course


I've been at this for over ten years, and I love nothing more than going on adventures with scientists around the world and writing about it for magazines. What job could be more fun?

If you'd like to write for more nature, conservation, and outdoor markets, this course is for you. But if you want to write about other issues - from fitness to spiritual leadership to science to politics, the course is newly expanded to fit into each individual's interests. You might be pleasantly surprised to learn how easy it is to publish with the right guidance and careful instruction.

Why: This course is jam-packed with useful information. You will get:

  • Constructive feedback on your queries and writing
  • Q&A interviews with environment/nature magazine editors including
    • E the Environmental Magazine
    • Smithsonian Magazine
    • National Geographic Adventure Magazine
    • Sierra Magazine
    • National Wildlife Magazine
    • Many more!
  • Weekly handouts with lists and reviews of resources
  • An attentive instructor that tailors the course to student interests

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The Greek word LOGOS represents reason, logic, and word. According to the 1st-century philosopher Philo Judaeus, LOGOS represented divine wisdom. Many of the sciences have LOGOS as a root biology, geology, anthropology all represent the study of a particular discipline.

The biblical author John uses the term LOGOS, which represents the Creative Word, in this beautiful and well-loved passage: "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. . . . And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us . . ." (John 1:1-3, 14). Hence, LOGOS represents the source of life, and the light of the world.

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