Annalisa Koukouves

Storyteller, copywriter, creative writer

Annalisa Koukouves

Storyteller, copywriter, creative writer

About me

As a writer, I wear many hats. I write fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, scripts, and content.

 

I’m the founder of Key Copy & Content, a storytelling and copywriting business. In the past 14 years, I have interviewed hundreds of experts in the worlds of art, technology, and business to help them tell their stories in the form of books, (scientific) articles, essays, opinion pieces, online content, and videos.

 

My clients come from all walks of life — I’ve worked with Microsoft (and its partners) and Big Five consulting firms, CEOs and senior executives, and individual artists, scientists, journalists, and innovators. But they have one thing in common: they’re thought leaders who want to create, innovate, learn, reflect, and contribute to a better world in one way or another.

 

In my creative writing, I like to explore the human experience in all its facets. Through stories, I hope to make the abstract more tangible. Much of my writing zooms in on the individual to try and discover something about human nature—whether that relates to how we give meaning to life or why we make certain choices.

 

I was a finalist in the 47th New Millennium Writing Awards, and my work has appeared on Thrive Global. In 2012, I was a finalist in one of Script Pipeline’s contests, and I’ve completed several writing mentorship programs since. Currently, I’m working on a novel.

About me

As a writer, I wear many hats. I write fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, scripts, and content.

 

I’m the founder of Key Copy & Content, a storytelling and copywriting business. In the past 14 years, I have interviewed hundreds of experts in the worlds of art, technology, and business to help them tell their stories in the form of books, (scientific) articles, essays, opinion pieces, online content, and videos.

 

My clients come from all walks of life — I’ve worked with Microsoft (and its partners) and Big Five consulting firms, CEOs and senior executives, and individual artists, scientists, journalists, and innovators. But they have one thing in common: they’re thought leaders who want to create, innovate, learn, reflect, and contribute to a better world in one way or another.

 

In my creative writing, I like to explore the human experience in all its facets. Through stories, I hope to make the abstract more tangible. Much of my writing zooms in on the individual to try and discover something about human nature—whether that relates to how we give meaning to life or why we make certain choices.

 

I was a finalist in the 47th New Millennium Writing Awards, and my work has appeared on Thrive Global. In 2012, I was a finalist in one of Script Pipeline’s contests, and I’ve completed several writing mentorship programs since. Currently, I’m working on a novel.

Existential Chapters

In the past 14 years, I’ve helped people find the right words to translate their ideas into coherent stories and well-formulated opinions.

I’ve often found myself having unexpected but fascinating conversations on life’s major questions.

 

As it turns out, many people like to gain more knowledge in this area, and most offer insightful perspectives. But they need tools to express their thoughts on abstract existential concepts.

 

That’s why I’ve created Existential Chapters, free letters containing reflections, real-life (hi)stories, guided exercises, concrete tips, and questions that provide insight into various existential and philosophical concepts.

 

If you want to gain in-depth knowledge and better articulate your own perspective on them, subscribe to Existential Chapters so these letters will regularly be delivered to your inbox.

Annalisa Koukouves

Storyteller, copywriter, creative writer

About me

As a writer, I wear many hats. I write fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, scripts, and content.

 

I’m the founder of Key Copy & Content, a storytelling and copywriting business. In the past 14 years, I have interviewed hundreds of experts in the worlds of art, technology, and business to help them tell their stories in the form of books, (scientific) articles, essays, opinion pieces, online content, and videos.

 

My clients come from all walks of life — I’ve worked with Microsoft (and its partners) and Big Five consulting firms, CEOs and senior executives, and individual artists, scientists, journalists, and innovators. But they have one thing in common: they’re thought leaders who want to create, innovate, learn, reflect, and contribute to a better world in one way or another.

 

In my creative writing, I like to explore the human experience in all its facets. Through stories, I hope to make the abstract more tangible. Much of my writing zooms in on the individual to try and discover something about human nature—whether that relates to how we give meaning to life or why we make certain choices.

 

I was a finalist in the 47th New Millennium Writing Awards, and my work has appeared on Thrive Global. In 2012, I was a finalist in one of Script Pipeline’s contests, and I’ve completed several writing mentorship programs since. Currently, I’m working on a novel.

Existential Chapters

In the past 14 years, I’ve helped people find the right words to translate their ideas into coherent stories and well-formulated opinions.

I’ve often found myself having unexpected but fascinating conversations on life’s major questions.

 

As it turns out, many people like to gain more knowledge in this area, and most offer insightful perspectives. But they need tools to express their thoughts on abstract existential concepts.

 

That’s why I’ve created Existential Chapters, free letters containing reflections, real-life (hi)stories, guided exercises, concrete tips, and questions that provide insight into various existential and philosophical concepts.

 

If you want to gain in-depth knowledge and better articulate your own perspective on them, subscribe to Existential Chapters so these letters will regularly be delivered to your inbox.

Subscribe to Existential Chapters

Subscribe to Existential Chapters