I write for children, teens, and the occasional grown-up.
I write non-fiction, mostly, on a variety of subjects including social and environmental justice, teen activism, travel and culture, media literacy, crafting with children, history, and the writing process.
I’ve written for Teen Vogue, Highlights’ High Five magazine, Cricket Media’s FACES magazine, The Writer magazine, Writer’s Digest’s Writer’s Market, And North, and elsewhere. My arts & crafts projects have been featured in the Martha Stewart American Made Market, Country Living, and Cool Mom Picks.
I studied the history of art and architecture at Boston University, earned a Master of Library Science and Archival Administration at Simmons University, and worked for over a decade in museums, libraries, and archives before shifting to writing and creative projects.
Get in touch
I love connecting with fellow readers, writers, parents, and humans. The best place to reach me is via email, especially in my replies to my monthly newsletter. Or, feel free to drop me a note at: Rebecca@RebeccaAPitts.com.
Have a great idea for a story on one of the beats I write about? Interested in commissioning a freelance article or collaborating on a project? Please do reach out!
For questions concerning new publishing work contact my amazing literary agent, Bibi Lewis at the Ethan Ellenberg Literary Agency.