Writers

Writers for STLRestaurant.News

Marty Smith 

Marty is a managing member of St Louis Media, LLC.  He serves as the Editor in chief of STLRestaurant.News, STL.News, and STLRealEstate.News.  Marty is SEO Certified, Google AdWords Certified, Google Analytic’s Qualified, Bing Accredited, Woodrank Certified SEO Expert and a member of the United States Press Agency.

Marty is also the manager of WebTech Group, publisher of St. Louis Restaurant Review.

(314) 474-9854 office or (314) 808-1870 (mobile)

Email – Marty@STLMedia.Agency

Dave Myers

Dave is a managing member of St Louis Media, LLC and serves as the Managing Editor.  Dave is also the managing member of MaxGroup Marketing.

(314) 474-9852 office or (636) 388-2585 mobile

Email – Dave@STLMedia.Agency

Kara Savio

Kara Savio is an Emmy award-winning journalist.  She has experience as a morning news anchor for an ABC Affiliate, and as a drive time news and traffic reporter on radio.  As an experienced writer and storyteller, Kara currently produces feature stories for HEC-TV and STL TV; as a model and an actress, she appears in commercials, industrial films, and in magazine print ads.

Her familiar voice is frequently booked for voice over projects. Kara has earned numerous industry awards including: Five Telly Awards, a NATOA Award, and an International Aurora Award, and received several Emmy nominations.

Email: KaraKay@mail.com

Susan Smith-Harmon

Susan Smith-Harmon is an experienced writer, editor, and broadcast journalist with a strong news background.  She’s worked in radio and television news, and for national and international newswire services.

She began her career in public radio while still a student at the University of Missouri-St. Louis (where she earned a B.A. in Communications).  She soon made the jump to news/talk radio, handling assignments from field reporting, airborne traffic, and news anchor, to producing and hosting daily talk shows. She’s also worked in television, most recently as the inaugural producer for The Allman Report on KDNL-TV 30, and as a news writer and reporter for national and international newswire services.

Currently, she works as a freelance writer and copy editor, producing articles for web and print publication, business letters, instructional material, direct marketing material and brochure copy for clients in a variety of industries.

Over her career, she’s interviewed hundreds of authors, celebrities, local elected officials and national news-makers.  Some of her favorite assignments have included interviewing Willie Nelson on his tour bus, bringing fitness guru Richard Simmons to St. Louis radio listeners, and meeting former Presidents Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush.  But her most cherished media memory was helping out at the NCAA’s Junior Journalism Workshop at the 2009 Women’s Final Four Tournament in St. Louis. “Watching the first flickers of journalistic inquisitiveness sparkle in the eyes of junior high girls was really rewarding.”

Susan comes from a long line of south-St. Louis natives, but spent her life moving all over the Midwest, settling most recently in the Metro-East. In her spare time, she’s an aspiring romance writer. She’s also a mom, a daughter, a Cardinal’s fan and an amateur gourmet.

Email: Susan.stlmedia@outlook.com

Alexandra R. Fasulo

Alexandra grew up in Albany, NY where she cultivated a passion for politics and a love for writing. She attending SUNY Geneseo in Rochester, NY earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. Her degree landed her a job as a Press Coordinator in the N.Y.S. Assembly before she decided to take the road less traveled and move to NYC looking to start a new chapter of her life. It was there in NYC she found her true calling: freelance networking and small business management. She now lives in Brooklyn, NY where she manages her social media management company SocialMe Media and Fiverr profile every day from her Court Street apartment.

Jacqui Poor

Jacqui is a multiple Emmy award winning journalist, television producer, writer, director and voice over talent. She’s earned thirteen Emmy Awards, forty-two Emmy Nominations, fifty-three Telly Awards, and two Aurora Awards. Jacqui currently produces feature stories, short documentaries and live educational interactive simulcast specials for HEC-TV. As a writer/director, three of her short documentaries were featured in the St. Louis Filmmaker’s Showcase. During the Fall semesters, Jacqui is a guest expert for Washington University’s Denise Ward Brown grant funded, Tale of Two Cities: Documenting Our Divide film-making class. Jacqui has also penned numerous articles and stories for magazines and Journal publications.