Frederick R.

  • Joined December 2016

Frederick Reese is a fiction writer, essayist, and political journalist who write about current affairs, social injustice, cultural identity

  • Syracuse, NY, United States
Profile photo of Frederick Reese
Frederick R.
Syracuse, NY, United States



Content Copywriting SEO Design



Frederick Reese is a fiction writer, essayist, and political journalist who write about current affairs, social injustice, cultural identity, and activism among disenfranchised groups.

Work history

Freelance writer covering stories focusing on cryptocurrencies and distributed ledgers.
Lead Staff Writer/Political Reporter
Wrote long-form features and investigative pieces regarding race relations, gender relations, social justice, government oversight, politics and technology.


What We Know About the Federal Reserve's Blockchain Stance

Is the Fed's recent research paper on distributed ledgers a call to action or just a general reference? CoinDesks investigates.

Illinois Breaks From New York With Blockchain Regulatory Approach

CoinDesk looks into Illinois' ambitious plan to guide the integration of blockchain technology within government operations.

Female Genital Mutilation: An International Crisis That Continues Despite Human Rights Violations

According to the World Health Organization, nearly 140 million women and girls worldwide have been exposed to the consequences of living with FGM. In Africa, nearly 92 million girls age 10 years or older have received FGM.

Depleted Uranium And The Iraq War’s Legacy Of Cancer

Depleted uranium was used in Iraq warzone weaponry, and now kids are playing in contaminated fields and the spent weapons are being sold as scrap metal.

Slavery Is Alive And Well In America, Fueled By The Need For Cheap Labor

Though the 13th Amendment outlawed slavery, forced labor persists in the U.S. through federal guest worker programs, a focus solely on sex trafficking, and an economy that puts cost effectiveness ahead of human rights.

MintPress Study: Minimum Wage Question May Be A Matter Of Image, Not Choice

A raise in the minimum wage has failed to register with Republicans – who have indicated that they will attempt to seek an injunction to block the president’s executive order.



Johnson & Wales University
AS, Baking & Pastry Arts (Culinary Arts)
Colgate University
BA, Art & Art History, Computer Science




Limited working proficiency


Native or bilingual proficiency


content content creation copywriting customer retention customer support data analysis editing journalism writing web design


Contently Facebook Google Analytics Illustrator InDesign Photoshop Twitter Wordpress Scrivener LinkedIn PRWeb Buffer Instagram


Not seeking work


  • Available during business hours, evenings, and weekends


  • Can work 40hrs per week
  • Can commit to 1+ years


Industries I love

Food Government Music Science Sports Tech