Patrick Hyde

Patrick lives in Seattle where he works as a digital marketer and freelance copywriter. With a master’s degree in history from the University of Houston and a job in Seattle's booming tech industry, his interests and knowledge span the past, present, and future. He has written for an equally wide range of publications, including Reactual, The Los Angeles Review of Books, and Listverse. His hobbies, which include photographing the Pacific Northwest and listening to underground dance music, help him keep up with the latest consumer electronics.


  • Patrick has written for The Balance SMB since 2016
  • His work has appeared in Los Angeles Review of Books, Reactual, Rawkus, Waremakers, and more
  • Patrick graduated with a master's in history from University of Houston


Patrick Hyde has over four years of writing experience and his work has appeared in Los Angeles Review of Books, Reactual, Rawkus, Waremakers, and more. He has previous experience as an editor at Health Fitness Revolution and is a marketing communications manager.


Patrick graduated with a master's in history from University of Houston. He also has a bachelor's degree in history from Texas A&M.

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