Felicia A. Rivers

Freelance Content Marketing Writer | Voice Artist | Literary Writer


Felicia Rivers here. Do you need help reaching your ideal clients? Do you struggle to create clear, cohesive documentation and engaging white papers? Or need web and social media content that will motivate more clicks and encourage longer video views?  I can help you with that.

I am a Chester County-based freelance writer and content strategist dedicated to partnering with businesses in the services and arts sectors. Previously, I worked in the financial services world as a Communications Consultant and Project Manager. In those roles, I developed communication and marketing strategies for multi-million-dollar projects. I also created and delivered high impact content through the web, email, video, and podcast channels, targeting large client and audiences. Additionally, I hold an MFA from Bennington College, and write fiction, plays, and poetry, which allows me to take a creative approach to content.

If you are in the restaurant, retail, real estate, home services, arts, or a general local business reaching for the next level, I can help you attract and retain the right clients for your business. 

About Felicia

Felicia A Rivers is a freelance writer who manages everything from communication strategy, content, and editorial services to creative concepts, voice artistry, and video. She lives in the Greene Townes west of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, holds a BA in English from Villanova University, and an MFA from Bennington College. Previously, she worked for Vanguard as a Communication Consultant and a Business Technology Project Manager. 

In addition to her freelance work, she is a writer of fiction, plays, and poetry. Her plays have been staged in Philadelphia and New York, and her poetry has appeared in The Ampersand, The Battered Suitcase, Boston Literary Review, and a tiny Philadelphian street sheet that had a short, but happy life. Currently, she is working on her first novel. 

Felicia is a member of the Authors Guild, the Dramatists Guild of America, and the Philadelphia Dramatists Center, where she served on the Board of Directors.