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Q & A with a Literary Publicist

Melissa Ximena Golebiowski is a Literary Publicist and owner of Lost Literati PR. Today we are discussing writing, the creative process, tips for setting time for your work and of course I must ask a professional publicists if she prefers self publishing or going the agent route. Loved reconnecting with my old NYC friend now a fellow LA Native, and naturally we discuss the difference between the coasts. 



Melissa Ximena Golebiowski is a freelance creative, publicist, and writer based out of New York City & Los Angeles. After graduating with a B.A. in Public Relations & Advertising from Penn State University, she spent five years working in retail and category management for Victoria's Secret. Melissa specializes in authentic and creative outreach tactics that bring positive results for brands and their consumers. When she's not executing compelling storytelling for her clients, she can be found at home working on her own storytelling as a fiction writer.


Lost Literati PR is a full-service creative public relations agency for authors, visual artists, small brands/businesses, travel and extreme sports. Our focuses include creating impactful social media & email campaigns, forging partnerships, experimental marketing through popular digital outlets, branded video concept marketing & storytelling, media pitching, marketing and consumer research, designing media materials, and planning branded custom events. Lost Literati also offers press release composition, crowd funding management, and advice on branding tools from logo and website creation to product copy.

Our literary department focuses on literary fiction and works that showcase unique perspectives and diverse voices. It also hosts the Literary Itinerary, a map to upcoming literary events taking place in New York City as well as Paragraphical Photography which showcases artists' work & depictions based on excerpts of literary works.



About Melissa
Episode 92


Experimental Video with Poetry/Flash Fiction. 

Filmed & Edited by Melissa Ximena Golebiowski
Footage shot in Janowice, Poland.

Happy Father's Day! Go read a book. 

Dads read from Matt Sumell's debut novel, "Making Nice."

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