“Local writer launches new website and blog” featured in The Island News

A big thank you to The Island News for running this promotional piece about my new website!

Local writer launches website and blog

The Island News

April 4, 2013

Wendy Nilsen Pollitzer, former Editor of The Island News and contributor to the Social Scene, has launched a new website that features all of her writing, commercials and television productions in addition to her two books, “Images of America: Isle of Palms” and “Images of America: Port Royal.” The website will also include a blog, which Wendy will update frequently with more writing, photos and videos relative to Lowcountry living.

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Wendy Nilsen Pollitzer wrote two columns for The Island News, currently writes a column for Lowcountry Weekly, called Our Town, and contributes to Hilton Head Monthly. Additionally, Wendy wrote and produced commercials and several television shows for WHHI-TV, located on Hargray Channel 8.

“I’ve written so many articles about people, places, businesses and organizations in the Lowcountry. I thought it was time to put them all in one spot,” explains Pollitzer.

“My style of writing has been described as spirited, and I feel like I am a cheerleader of sorts for Beaufort and its neighboring islands. My goal is to help people appreciate and celebrate the beauty of our coastal home and the foundation of our unique community.”

Please visit www.wendypollitzer.com to view Wendy’s Community Profiles, Social Scene photos, commercials, television shows, books and featured articles printed in local and regional publications.

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Wendy Pollitzer is a versatile writer living in the Lowcountry of South Carolina.

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"I love Wendy Pollitzer’s writing. Her instincts are remarkable, her nose for truth infallible. I can’t pick up a journal or magazine that she’s written for without going straight to the table of contents in search of her piece. What I think is so interesting about her work is that she really believes in what she’s doing, in getting it right. She’s very, very good. "— Pat Conroy (Prince of Tides, South of Broad)