About

Mary Guiden is a Seattle-based writer, editor and media relations expert. By day, I write about and uncover science and medical stories, and do my best to get them out to the public.  I work with both national and local reporters, trying to match them up with experts who can help tell the stories.

In a past life, I was a journalist and covered health, health policy, medicine, science and music.  I wrote investigative articles when I was feeling serious and, on the side, wrote reviews of shows and previews and profiles of the artists. It was an incredibly cool gig, and included a chance to either see or chat with Rufus Wainwright, Coldplay, Taylor Swift, Badly Drawn Boy, Melissa Ferrick, The Killers, The Shins, Death Cab for Cutie, Jenny Lewis, Jason Mraz, Michael Buble, My Morning Jacket and Elvis Perkins, among others.

My work has appeared in The Seattle Times, The Nation, Stateline.org, Puget Sound Business Journal, Washington Law & Politics, Seattle Star, Washington City Paper, Denver’s Westword and Baltimore City Paper.

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2 Responses to “About”

  1. Alina Brown May 26, 2009 at 2:41 am #

    Hi Mary,

    Thanks so much for the comment you posted in my forums site for the Murphy-Goode Movement!

    Do you mind if I post a link to your blog on my homepage?

    Cheers,
    Alina

    • mkgseattle May 26, 2009 at 2:51 am #

      hey, Alina. You’re welcome for the comment. I wouldn’t mind at all if you post a link to my blog. I’m new at it and just getting started. Thx for the support and good luck on your trek! What a great idea, truly.

      Mary

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