I'm a one-stop word nerd shop for sexual health professionals.
About Steph Auteri
Hey there! I’m Steph Auteri, your average, dorktastic, book-obsessed word nerd. A freelance writer and editor, I’ve been writing about sex for almost as long as I’ve been having it, starting with a college internship at the Boston Phoenix in 2003 (I was a late bloomer).
Since then, I’ve overshared about my sex life in Playgirl, Time Out New York, American Curves, New York Press, Nerve, and other publications. I also had my own sex advice column over at the Frisky, called Sex with Steph.
Over the years, I’ve collaborated with a number of sex counselors, educators, activists, and researchers, helping them build their brands through quality content marketing. I co-authored an ebook, 52 Weeks of Amazing Sex, with sex counselor Ian Kerner. I collaborated with a sex researcher and an MD to ghostwrite another ebook, on intimacy after a cancer diagnosis. I’ve also ghostwritten blog posts and longer essays, and edited content, for a number of other sexual health experts.
Are you a mental health professional with a focus on sexual health? I’d love to work with you to create the type of word glitter that will help you build your brand and your business, and bring in even more clients. Contact me if you’re interested in having me:
- collaborate on a book or ebook, either as a co-author or ghostwriter
- put together a strong book proposal, with which to approach agents and/or publishers
- generate blog posts or website content
- edit already-existing content
- help you map out your perfect marketing platform
In addition to the writing and editing work I do, I am also the founder of Career Coaching for Word Nerds, through which I offer one-on-one coaching and consulting to freelance writers and other publishing professionals, and also build opportunities in which fellow word nerds can share stories, experiences, tips, and resources with their peers, and connect with established experts within the industry.
In November 2010, I hosted a Word Nerd Networking event that attracted 75 writers, editors, and other publishing professionals. The event earned outstanding participant reviews, and spawned plans for an upcoming digital publishing forum, and additional word nerdy meetups.
My work is my life, but there’s more to me than just sex content and dashing good looks. I’m also a practicing yogi, a bookworm, and somewhat of a crazy cat lady. If you’re into any of this — or just want to revel in our mutual, word nerdy goodness — feel free to stalk me on Twitter.