Kim Singletary

Award-winning writer and editor Kim Singletary is a Southern California transplant (by way of Canada, Washington, Colorado and Nebraska) who has finally found her perfect home in the land of beignets, zydeco and zero chance of shoveling snow. Her career has included communications work in the performing arts and nonprofit sectors, as well as serving as a writer and editor for a variety of regional and national magazines. In addition to contributing to the New Orleans Advocate/Times Picayune, Kim has served as the managing editor of Biz New Orleans magazine since its launch in 2014, where she has led Louisiana’s only business magazine to receive multiple national recognitions. She currently lives in Uptown with her husband, two daughters, two cats and one very needy dog. You can reach Kim at (504) 830-7260 or


Let’s Get Together

Highlights from this year’s Louisiana International Film Festival

Summer is here!

Editor’s Note

The Ultimate Juggling Act

From tackling bedtime to increasing the bottom line, local “mompreneurs” do it all.

Editor’s Note

You are holding in your hands issue number eight of the new Biz New Orleans magazine. For this one, the cover topic was too...

Hired from Home

For local actors, the next casting couch could be their own.

Editor’s Note

In the wake of the seventh annual New Orleans Entrepreneur Week (March 20-27 – hope you didn’t miss it), it seems extra fitting to...
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Where Are All the Women?

They make up half the population, but barely over 20 percent of film roles. What happened to art mimicking life?

Just Do It

Editor's Note

Home Grown

New nonprofit The COOL Cooperative aims to get kids excited about careers in the film industry.

It Takes A Village

Tim Williamson, co-founder of The Idea Village, discusses New Orleans’ rebirth as an entrepreneurial hot spot and efforts currently underway to take things to the next level.

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