Welcome to Wild River Consulting & Publishing, where we partner with writers, companies and storytellers to bring their vision, voice and stories to fruition, whether through a speech, a book, or a compelling media platform. We provide a roadmap tailored to each client’s goals—and walk alongside new and established authors every step of their journey.
Founder and Principal. Kimberly Nagy has worked for authors, publishers, businesses, non-profit organizations, and universities alike. Nagy is a principal of Wild River Consulting and Publishing (WRCP) Services which offers comprehensive manuscript evaluations, coaching, social media guidance, publishing advice (in a rapidly changing landscape). She mentors many talented students and clients.
Founder and Principal. Joy E. Stocke has been professionally writing and editing fiction, nonfiction and poetry for more than twenty years. She has shepherded hundreds of writers from concept to first and subsequent drafts into print.
Creative Director. Tim E. Ogline and Ogline Design of the Greater Philadelphia area have served a clientele that has included Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell (notably the 2003 and 2007 Gubernatorial Inaugural Celebrations), Historic Philadelphia, TargetX, Group Inc., and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Webmaster. After a long career as a librarian, Hope has moved on to her passion, as a technologist promoting use of technology for progress and change. Currently Hope serves as webmaster for both for profit and not for profit organizations helping them communicate via the web. A librarian with an MLS and MBA, Hope supports Wild River with business consulting and technical expertise.
Consultant – Book Projects and Proposals. Jessica M. Rinker has an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She has worked with literary agencies and magazines to develop queries, proposals, and full manuscripts.
Editor, Marketing. Dennis O’Donnell is an editor and columnist for the online literary magazine Wild River Review where he provides literary criticism and writes “Hong Kong Diary” as The Professor.