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Josh deLacy is a writer and website developer from Seattle, Washington. He left the Pacific Northwest to study writing in Michigan and England, intern in Washington D.C., and graduate from Calvin College with a double major in writing and political science. He spent a summer hitchhiking across the country before returning to Washington where he now climbs cliffs, summits mountains, and writes.


Writing

 

Fiction

 

Creative nonfiction

 

Web content

Website

Development

Design

Maintenance

Writing

Fiction

Creative nonfiction

Web content

Josh deLacy is a writer and website developer from Seattle, Washington. He left the Pacific Northwest to study writing in Michigan and England, intern in Washington D.C., and graduate from Calvin College with a double major in writing and political science. He spent a summer hitchhiking across the country before returning to Washington where he now climbs cliffs, summits mountains, and writes.

Website Development

I develop WordPress-based websites for small businesses, non-profits, and artists. Each website is designed specifically for my client’s needs. I can create an entirely new website, complete with written content, or I can remodel an existing website. I equip every site with traffic monitoring and security measures, and I can provide basic training in how to use and maintain your new website.

My Blogs

Real Estate Gals

Real Estate Gals

Residential sales and investment group based in Seattle, WA since 1990. “Building community, one client at a time.” realestategals.org/blog

The Post Calvin

The Post Calvin

We are thirty Calvin alumni writers under thirty years old. Take a glimpse into our lives, our thoughts, and our writing. calvinwritersonline.org

Traveling On Trust

Traveling On Trust

I am hitchhiking across America in search of stories, with (1) no money, (2) no interstates, and (3) no asking for help. travelingontrust.com

Traveling on Trust

 

I spent the summer of 2013 hitchhiking 6,000 miles across America and following three rules: (1) no money, (2) no interstates, and (3) no asking for help. For those eight weeks, I learned about people. Their lives, their stories, their ideas. More than a hundred Good Samaritans picked me up, and I learned from all of them. Various news organizations reported on my story, and now, I’m turning that experience into a full-length book.