The Utah Review is written by Utah locals for other Utah locals, passionate about their field of interest. We focus on the very best of the local arts scene. Our tagline is ‘bringing you the best of your Utah’ and you’ll find that running through every aspect of the website.
Since 2014, The Utah Review has been the Official Online Magazine annually for The Utah Arts Festival. We have also covered the following events as invited media in various years: Sundance Film Festival, FanX, The Tour Of Utah, Outdoor Retailer, Salt Lake City Comic Con, Park City Food and Wine Classic and many more.
In 2015 The Utah Society Of Professional Journalists awarded The Utah Review three first placed awards in the categories of: review/criticism, ongoing coverage and photo essay.
Our current contributors
Nick Como – Nick Como escaped the skyscrapers of NYC for the tall peaks of the Wasatch. Spreading the @downtownSLC word by day, to shredding bike trails by evening and weekend warrior adventures are made possible by the mountain meets urban feel only the City of Salt can provide. Climber, skier, canyoneer, mountain biker, and lover of food. Just don’t think of offering him pizza with pineapple on it.
Aimee Cook – Aimee L. Cook is a freelance writer for City Weekly, Devour Utah and several other local publications around the great state of Utah. In addition she writes the Out and About section for Utah Mama and tackles various assignments for online web content providers. Aimee enjoys writing about all things art, entertainment and food related.
Ryan Kendrick – Ryan is a food writer who enjoys sharing his culinary discoveries on his website at slceats.com. In addition, Ryan is an avid cyclist and enjoys exploring the various parts of Utah on two wheels. You can also follow Ryan on Instagram at instagram.com/ryankendrick
Liz Galloway – Liz works with clients in travel, and PR with quantitative marketing + social media + strategic partnerships. She is a travel and lifestyle writer with addiction to adventure. She has provided content for several top tier online media, print magazines, blogs, celebrity interviews and is a speaker for women in business organizations. Her life can fit into two bags on a whim, one mostly shoes, and when not writing, she is scouting for great food, wine, the next outdoor thrill, flying helicopters and creating adventure tours. Her entrepreneurial spirit looks to break down walls in life, both figuratively and figuratively. She is a nomad at heart, and believes if it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you.
Heather L. King – Heather is a food writer and critic for The Salt Lake Tribune as well as Examiner.com, The Utah Review and a variety of other print and online publications. She is the founder of Utah’s Ladies Who Lunch groups and a member of the Association of Food Journalists.
Stuart Melling – Stuart writes freelance restaurant criticism for The Salt Lake Tribune and also rambles at both The Utah Review, Shop Smart Guide and Gastronomic SLC. Stuart is also a member of the Association Of Food Journalists and a proud champion in the fight against overcooked eggs.
Hilary Reiter – A New York City native, Hilary Reiter moved to Park City in 2001 to work in public relations for the Sundance Film Festival and enjoy the resort town lifestyle and its abundant recreational offerings. Having launched her career working for major record labels in New York, she opened Redhead Marketing & PR in 2010. Based in Park City, Hilary leads the boutique firm in offering creative, personalized and affordable marketing services for businesses in a wide variety of industries and locales. Redhead recently opened an office in New York City to offer greater media exposure to Utah companies while expanding the NYC client base.
Previously, Hilary managed the public relations efforts for the Park City Chamber & Visitors Bureau and then Ski Utah, which allowed her to become an active member of the community. She later managed and marketed the political campaigns for Park City Mayor Jack Thomas in 2013 and former Park City Mayor Dana Williams in 2009.
Her blog, NewYorkerInUtah.com, chronicles her Utah experiences and observations from the perspective of a diehard New Yorker. Hilary earned a B.A. from Barnard College, Columbia University. She resides in Park City’s Old Town with her two rescue dogs, Jackson and Rusty, her devoted partners in crime in every adventure. For more info, visit www.redheadmarketingpr.com
Les Roka – Les has worked extensively in public relations for a variety of organizations and was U.S. editorial advisor for Netherlands based Art Design Publicity.
In addition to being a regular contributor to a Utah business magazine, Les has worked on projects involving authors and researchers throughout the world, including Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Canada, Lebanon, Cyprus, the United Kingdom, France, and Japan. Les is also a classically trained musician with more than 400 performances under his belt.
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If you need to contact us via snail mail our mailing address is PO BOX 522065, Salt Lake City, 84106; if you need to speak to us on the phone you can reach us via (801) 448 3343.
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