Casey L. Penn of Pennwords has been a published writer since the 1990s and is still active as a magazine writer, review writer, business writer, and writer of business copy for Pennwords clients. She writes in many areas, but especially health care and music-related topics. Look for her byline in these and other publications:
Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society
(cover stories monthly/bi-monthly/quarterly 2005-present)
(occasional feature articles; here are a couple of old favorites)
Scott Joss: Rebel On the Stage (click photo above for PDF)
Megan Lynch: Playing with Purpose
Casey Penn currently contributes a monthly Story Behind the Song article to BU on a monthly/bimonthly basis. Recent issues have featured "Everybody's Got a Line" written and recorded by Chris Jones with Chris Jones and The Night Drivers, “It Rains Everywhere I Go,” by Don Cusic and recorded by Lynn Morris, and "The Richest Man," recorded by Balsam Range and written by Connie Harrington, Jimmy Yeary, and Jim Beavers. Copies of these are available by request or for subscribers at bluegrassunlimited.com.
BU archived articles by Casey Penn include features on artists Merle Monroe, Bluegrass On the Plains, Megan Lynch Chowning, Chris Jones & The Night Drivers, Glen Harrell & Volume Five, Irene Kelley, Nothin' Fancy, and others.
In the past, Penn completed several album reviews for former music site, Engine145.com for albums by Alan Jackson, Irene Kelley, Claire Lynch and Ron Block. She also has a history of promotional writing for local and regional PR firms and independent Pennwords clients from time to time. For samples of these and other writings, contact Casey.