As always, Be well
-Associate Member -- Golf Writers Association of America
- Co-Host of "The Press Box" radio show, weekdays from 4- 5 p.m. on ESPN 103.9 FM
-Winner -- Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists "Page One Awards"
"Sports Column" - [Newspaper 50,000+ circulation]
-Finalist -- Content Marketing Awards -- "Best Interview or Profile, Print or Digital"
-- Outstanding Achievement -- International Network of Golf Media Awards
Greetings, gentle reader, and welcome to juddspicer.com. I'm Judd, a veteran writer from Saint Paul, Minnesota. After 12 years of writing from the Twin Cities, I've been based out of
Palm Desert, Calif. since 2011.
As a professional freelance writer since 1999, I have tackled myriad projects in various formats including book publishing, playwriting, web columns, newspaper stringing and, most notably, freelance writing jobs. In the last sixteen years, my work has appeared in the pages, or upon the websites of: ESPN.com, Golf Channel, Minnesota Law & Politics Magazine, Super Lawyers, WorldGolf.com, Tee Times Minnesota Golf & Living, Minnesota Magazine (University of Minnesota), Edible Twin Cities, Whistling Shade, Gameday Baseball Program, Dr. Stats.com, Seconds Out Boxing Promotions, SLAM.com, Max Boxing, Fantasy Football Champs, Palm Springs Life publications, Desert Golf Magazine, The Desert Sun newspaper, Heavy Table.com, NCAA.com, Pebble Beach -- The Magazine, FORE Magazine, Greater Palm Springs CVB, Southland Golf Magazine, Los Angeles Magazine, Pulse of the Twin Cities, Minnesota Monthly, and Mpls./St. Paul Magazine among many others. The Wall Street Journal online has thrice linked to my work, with one piece appearing in the "Numbers Guy" column and two articles referenced in "The Daily Fix."
From 2008 - 2011, I was the sportswriter for the CityPages.com, the Twin Cities' leading alt-weekly and a key member of the Village Voice Media family. To read my archived writings, please click here.
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The tenets I exercise toward my trade are both simple, and earnest:
To Inform. To Entertain. And to achieve said high standards in an Intelligent way.
I maintain something of an old-fashioned approach toward my work, however, in recent years, I have recognized and realized that I would remiss in not further embracing and understanding the electronic medium -- such is the onus for this site.
As the pages herein will exhibit, my writing work is diverse. Based on hundreds of published works, I consider myself an expert in the areas of: