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|Darnell||I'm some combination of educator, researcher, and clinician. My academic training (BA, Princeton University; MA & PhD, DePaul University) is primarily in the areas of clinical psychology and public health. By virtue of my training, I've logged countless hours of writing, but I have also reviewed a great deal of writing as a professor and mentor. I have mentored dozens of students through successful application to competitive undergraduate and graduate programs, and I have helped hundreds of undergraduate students become stronger writers through rounds of careful, but challenging feedback.|
|Jessica||Studied acting and creative writing at the University of the Arts. Currently a playwright, professional stunt woman, English geek, and aspiring pro wrestler. Passionate about well structured, creative essay writing.|
|Cherae||I'm a writer with an interest in war literature, world history, and languages. I've been a personal trainer, a creative writing teacher, and I write fantasy novels in my spare time.|
|Andrew||I'm a writer and a teacher, a husband and father. Over fifteen years of professional writing experience and more than a decade of teaching experience. My motto: Make something awesome.|
|Lara||Hello. My name is Lara; while I love many of life's essential gifts, such as good campsites, good biscuits, good people and good dogs, above all else, I love the writing process. More than this, I take great pleasure in teaching other people how to love writing their own unique stories, and I really appreciate being able to show people how their writings can attain a tangible result, such as a scholarship, job interview, or college admission letter.|
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|Michael||I was born and raised in New Orleans. I'm primarily a fiction writer, and am taking the next year or two to finish a novel and a book of short stories. In my free time I record music and perform stand-up comedy.|
|Rachel||I went to college at a small school in eastern Pennsylvania, where I studied biochemistry and sociology. Since graduating I have been teaching high school. I am also applying to medical school.|
|Jodi||I am a college student from Texas currently attending Angelo State University. I am double-majoring in English and Philosophy with minors in Spanish and Creative Writing. After getting my degrees, I plan to pursue a Master's in English and go on to become a book editor.|
|Elizabeth||I am a recent college graduate with a degree in Environmental Science. In my spare time I do lots of personal writing, and I blog about sustainability and ethical issues in fast fashion.|
|Lori||I have been an art teacher for many years. I enjoy learning new things, reading, writing, making art, biking, hanging out with my family and walking our dog!|
|Mandy||Mandy Keifetz is a 4th-generation Brooklynite, a finishing school drop-out and a 2014 Visiting professor of Creative Writing at Quest University in British Columbia, Canada. She is available for hire as an editor, indexer, copyeditor, teacher or ghostwriter. Her work has appeared in The Massachusetts Review, The Brooklyn Rail, .Cent, Penthouse, Vogue, QW, The Review of Contemporary Fiction, The Comics Journal, Lou-Lou, the New York Press, Our Town, Manhattan Spirit, The Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural and Educational Center and 'zines (and T- shirts) too numerous to count. Corrido, optioned by Laura Phillips at Hanthum Films, UK, was her first novel and was favorably reviewed in Publisher's Weekly, Japanese Esquire, Bloomsbury Review, KRWG/NPR, WFMU, WSTR, CKUT (McGill Radio) and the Austin Chronicle; selected as a best first novel out of New York by the Library Journal; and Entertainment Weekly called it "an intoxicating cocktail of sex and death.” Her second novel, Flea Circus: A Brief Bestiary of Grief novel won the Associated Writing Programs (AWP) Fiction Prize in 2010, selected by Francine Prose, and was published by New Issues. It has received starred reviews in The Library Journal and Kirkus. The novel was a finalist in the 2011 Grub Street National Book Prize and was given Honorable Mention. She was a Fellow with the New York Foundation for the Arts in 2002 and her plays have been staged in London at the Young Vic and Theatre 503, in Cambridge at the Junction Theater and at the Judith E. Wilson Studio, in Montréal at the Théâtre Ste. Catherine, in Oslo at the Samtid Festivalen and in New York at Where Eagles Dare Studios. She is an occasional MFA dissertation defense panelist at UMASS, Amherst, a national jurist for the Scholastic Achievement Awards and a New York Public Library MaRLI Scholar. Books /Awards Flea Circus: A Brief Bestiary of Grief (AWP Award series in the novel winner 2010, selected by Francine Prose) New Issues, Michigan 2010 Finalist, Honorable Mention, 2011 Grub Street National Book Prize Fiction Fellow, New York Foundation for the Arts 2002|
|Karissa||Hi! My name is Karissa & I currently live in Texas, though I'm a Midwesterner at heart. I hold an MFA in Creative Writing & have worked as a teacher, tutor, & editor for almost ten years. Some of my hobbies include wrangling a very hyper cat named Groucho, football (go Chiefs!), basketball, fantasy sports, horse racing, The X-Files, & anything & everything related to Fleetwood Mac!|
|Lee Ann||Over seven years of experience working as a Director of Admissions at several California colleges. I also have experience in student orientation, academic advising, and student leadership programs. I earned a master’s degree from UCLA in counseling in student affairs and a doctorate in educational leadership from the University of Southern California.|
|John||I studied English literature and German language in undergrad because I love talking about language. When not writing or tutoring I'm usually chasing a frisbee or listening to music.|
|Mary||I have a PhD in Victorian and Children's Literature, and I love everything about reading and writing! I enjoy the puzzle of finding just the write words to express a though, and the process of teaching that puzzle to others.|
|Rebecca||I'm an experienced editor, essayist, and journalist whose primary background has been in digital media and tutoring. I have a B.A. in History from the University of Chicago with additional educational experience in English, art history, business, and music production. The pride of my professional life is that the writers I work with have consistently said that they've walked away from working with me encouraged and as better writers.|
|Eszter||Lover of felines, long poems, avocados, good music and California beaches. I know more than I ever expected to about cars and I once marched in the Rose Parade. I take frequent road trips and love attending rock music festivals. I also paint and take pictures.|
|Jacquelyn||I have a Bachelor's degree in Professional Writing from Purdue University. I love dogs and fish and providing essay feedback!|
|Nita||I grew up in Boulder, Colorado with a love for all things outdoor. I headed to the east coast for undergrad to major in theater and English, then spent a year studying and performing in London, then San Francisco then LA. I began teaching English and Theater about 9 years ago - and fell in love with it! After 5 years teaching in high schools, I decided to venture out on my own as a tutor, college counselor and mentor to young adults - and I absolutely love it! On the "side", I also have my own theater company and am the creative director of it - DogStar Theater Company. I keep myself busy indeed!|
|Philip||After a successful five-year career in business and real estate, I made the radical decision to go back to graduate school and pursue my passion, urban planning. Strong writing skills have served me well throughout my professional life. I've written a variety of documents, including feasibility studies for real estate executives and academic research papers in graduate school. I look forward to coaching you through your writing and helping you tell your story to the world!|
|Rochelle||Rochelle Melander is an author, speaker, and certified professional coach. She is the author of ten books, including the National Novel Writing Month guide—Write-A-Thon: Write Your Book in 26 Days (and Live to Tell About It). Rochelle teaches professionals how to turn their ideas into books, navigate the publishing world, and connect with readers through social media. She is the founder of Dream Keepers, a writing workshop for children and teens in Milwaukee. She regularly interviews authors at her website|
|Sara||Medical student, class of 2020, with extensive experience in writing, research, and the application process.|
|Megan||I have always had a passion for writing and throughout high school, my gap year, and now college, have enjoyed supplementing my academic obligations with time for editing and freelance content work. I am also an avid equestrian and traveller.|
|Diane||I'm a Washington, DC native currently in Utah. I've also lived in Asia (China) and Europe (Scotland). When I'm not acting or editing, I'm usually practicing kung fu or reading.|
|Lukus||I'm a 22-year-old Canadian with a passion for writing! I grew up in a quiet GTA suburb, before moving to Toronto for university. Despite having recently graduated, I hope to continue developing my writing skills.|
|Marissa||Graduate Student at Hong Kong University|
|Carly||I am a 30 year old chicago native who has been living and working around the world since I graduated college in 2010, with degrees in English and Spanish Languages. After teaching English in Spain for 3 years, I switched to teaching online and freelancing in order to be able to work as I travel. I am currently in Bozeman, Montana, for the summer.|
|Megan||Studying business at the University of Pennsylvania with a focus in environmental policy and finance. Intimately familiar with and successful in the selective college admissions process. Passionate about helping authors be creative and introspective in their work.|
|Camilla||I am a lover of 20th century American Literature, more specifically those books themed around miserable families. My love of books led me to a passion for not only writing, but writing well and writing meticulously. I think there is a good writer in all of us, whether you're composing the next Great American Novel or writing a term paper or application essay. I value the dissemination of knowledge and eloquence above all else, and hope that as an editor I can help you actualize the best writer you can be.|
|Erica||I am currently employed by an English language college, where I get to work with students from a wide variety of backgrounds in my role as a part of Student Services. Before this I studied a dual undergraduate degree in Arts/Law, and have spent a considerable amount of time editing and proofreading essays, résumés and job applications.|
|Jeromey||I grew up in Michigan, but moved to Virginia for college and never left. I live in a repurposed farmhouse, surrounded by cows. I am passionate about language, communication in general, and playing with my miniature Schnauzer. My specialties are in French language and literary analysis, queer and feminist philosophy, and anti-revisionist history.|
|Abraham||I'm a recent Vassar Graduate with a passion creating imaginative, thought provoking content, and aiding others in their pursuit to do the same!|
|Ashley||Ashley is a poet from the Midwest who currently lives in Southern California.|
|Will||I graduated from the University of Arizona in 2016 with a Masters degree in creative writing. I work as an editor and a writing teacher, and I love helping writers develop and refine their own personal voices.|
|Whittier||I grew up in a small town in Indiana, but my education has taken me around the world, from England to Alaska. At the moment, I live in Minneapolis preparing for my next big adventure. I share my life with an adorable little parrot named Buddy.|
|Carmen||I received my BA from New York University, my MFA from Columbia University, and am currently pursuing my PhD in English at the University of Miami. I was born and raised in New Jersey.|
|Caleb||I am a poet from Kansas City, currently living in Beijing, China with my husband. My work has been published in The Atlas Review, Bat City Review, The Journal, Fairy Tale Review, The Laurel Review, and Vinyl, among others. I am Managing Editor at Twelfth House, an online journal.|
|Courtney||Greetings! I am Courtney, a serious person that doesn't take herself too seriously. A lover of all things positive, I like to read, eat good food, program (I am studying to be a software developer), and travel.|
|Brendan||Hey there! I'm Brendan Ford, and I've spent the last three years editing and evaluating manuscripts (novels, technical books, textbooks, etc.) for a literary agency, Before that I lived in London, worked for a large regional film festival, and worked on various short films in various capacities.|
|Jackie||I'm Jackie. I'm passionate about writing and reading. I've taught university and college level courses in composition as well as a high school enrichment course in creative writing. I've had my creative work published in various literary journals and my academic work has been presented at various academic conferences, inclluding San Diego Comic Con's.|
|Elizabeth||Hi! My name is Elizabeth. I'm originally from the south and currently live in Brooklyn, where I manage a small real estate office. I studied political science and international studies in undergrad. When I'm not at work, I enjoy going to brunch, exploring NYC, baking, and going to plays.|
|Hannah||When I'm not in school, I live in Oregon with my spouse and two cats. We enjoy crafting and watching reality television and documentaries.|
|Jenelle||I studied literature and creative writing in college and hold a Masters of Fine Arts degree in creative writing. My alter ego is a technical writer. I enjoy helping writers find their voice and craft compelling narratives!|
|Rose||Teacher, writer, and poet, living in New York.|
|Lauren||My hobbies include reading, writing, and hanging out with my dog. My academic interests include English, biology, and history.|
|David||I graduated from Harvard University with a field of study in creative writing, and a minor in computer science. I hold a Master of Fine Arts in writing, and have worked in publishing.|
|Michael||I have a passion for learning and enjoy and shared that love with others throughout my educational history and career as a Clinical Psychologist. I carefully guide students with compassion and sensitivity in understanding themselves in ways that assist them in reaching their personal goals and finding meaningful ways of living their lives. I have educated students in an academic environment and a university setting, assisting them in striving for and accomplishing their educational goals.|
|Amanda||I live and work in central Pennsylvania as a full-time marketing content associate. In my spare time, I can most often be found at the gym, at a rock concert or behind my computer, writing for enjoyment. I love to show off my cat, Oscar, and my huge collection of vinyl records.|
|McKenzie||McKenzie Lynn Tozan lives, writes, and teaches in South Bend, Indiana. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from Western Michigan University, where she worked as the Layout and Design Editor for New Issues Poetry and Prose, and an Associate Poetry Editor for Third Coast. Her poems have appeared in Rogue Agent, Encore Magazine, Whale Road Review, James Franco Review, New Mexico Review, and Emerge Literary Magazine, among others, and her book reviews have appeared on The Rumpus.|
|Eleanor||I am a writer, editor, and German-English translator with a background in teaching writing. In my free time, I enjoy playing with my cat.|
|Claire||I am originally from Kansas and have lived in Oregon and Missouri. I am a poet by trade and have taught at Washington University in St. Louis. In my free time I love to read, cook, and do yoga.|
|Tamara||I'm an editor, writer and communications specialist who has worked for print publications, book publishers, corporate and non-profit websites. Other work experience includes teaching grammar and writing skills to English learners (literacy and ESL), as well as providing manuscript consultation for new and established authors.|
|Sarah||I'm a freelance editor who works with authors across the interdisciplinary humanities and social sciences on manuscripts ranging from blog posts to monographs. I earned my PhD in History and Feminist Studies in 2014 from the University of California- Santa Barbara, and am working on a book manuscript about queen-mothers in Rwanda in the 18th and 19th centuries. When I'm not working, I enjoy cooking, gardening, sewing, and Netflix.|
|Jane||I'm an experienced AP English teacher, creative writer, and freelance editor who loves working in a wide variety of subjects including nature, history, science, politics, and literature. I graduated with my MFA in Creative Writing from Texas State University and my nonfiction and fiction have been published online and in print. I've also worked with hundreds of students to polish admissions essays that have helped them get into their dream schools and internship programs.|
|Brittany||I'm just an average chick who likes talking a lot about writing and learning. My Masters was in Rhetoric and Composition, with an emphasis in Discourse and Literacy Studies. I don't just do writing, I have studied it, and now I teach about it (notice how I did not say I "teach it", because writing is an experiential type of learning). I know the theory and practice behind the writing process. I work with students every day. I live and breathe feedback. I love my job.|
|Paul||I am a devoted husband and father of three, always looking to improve myself and provide the best for my family. I am a proud Army veteran, serving 8 years on active duty after graduating from West Point, with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. I am a licensed helicopter pilot and engineer. I have a technical background where clear communication is paramount. My education and career have always been focused on developing myself, and those around me. In my free time, you will find me travelling the US with my family, often at National Park or on a new Roller Coaster.|
|Christina||I have over five years of experience teaching composition and literature at the college level, both on the ground and online. I am a writer as well as a teacher; I have poems published in various literary journals. Although I grew up in New England, I currently reside in San Antonio with my son and our dog.|
|Leslie||I've been a writer and a teacher from the time I was young. I live in Michigan, not far from where I grew up in Detroit and where I attended the University of Michigan. I am a poet and have had a few short stories published as well. I'm a medicinal herbalist as well in my spare time. I look forward to working with you!|
|Zoe||Born in Richmond, Virginia, with a foot in the James River and a book in her hand (well, kind of). From a young age, Zoe embraced a love of reading, writing, and red-lining double-spaced papers. After many years spent writing her own essays, as well as tutoring and teaching students of all ages, Zoe is thrilled to have finally found a way to use her voracious editing skills for good; to help you find that elusive synonym, craft that shrewd metaphor, and eradicate those pesky typos wherever she may find them. Zoe currently lives in New York City and enjoys kale salads, succulent gardens, and chocolate ice cream.|
|Mitchell||I am an English language teacher and traditional musician currently living in Galicia, Spain. I have worked with students of all ages and am excited to help you take your writing to the next level.|
|Solena||I entered the book industry in the 1990s and have never looked back. I've been a bookseller, book reviewer, newsletter and website editor, social media manager, author event planner, proofreader, cookbook editor, and academic editor. In college, I provided peer tutoring to other student writers, and now I'm a parent of high school writers.|
|Sasha||7 years ago I was a ballroom dance instructor. 5 years ago, I was pursuing a PhD in Classical Philology. Today, I'm a digital marketer with an eye towards starting my own business (sometime very soon). All these seemingly unrelated pursuits have one common denominator: moving people. When I was a dance instructor, I didn't like teaching. I liked helping couples who had spent the last 30 years together finally dance a Waltz to their favorite song. When I was a classicist, I didn't like studying the Julio-Claudian dynasty. I liked reading the bucolic poetry to understand a 2500-year old civilization's respite from the real world. Now that I'm a digital marketer, I don't like marketing. I like understanding what deeply matters to people. How to tell a story, create a product, and build a business that gives people authentic, helpful, and deeply meaningful experiences.|
|Debra||Fifteen years' experience as an editor and writer. Specializes in social sciences, ethics, women's and gender studies, history, language arts, and religious studies and holds two master's degrees. Applies this extensive knowledge to college admissions.|
|alexandra||I have spent most of my life focused on the written word either editing, writing or teaching writing. I was an assistant editor at Disney, a freelance children's book author, a freelance humorous greeting card copywriter, a grad assistant instructor of creative writing, and a creative writing instructor to at-risk elementary school children in New Haven and Bridgeport, CT. I am currently getting my certification in the Orton-Gillingham approach so that I can better assist students with dyslexia on their writing. I am also quite knowledgeable about many liberal arts colleges in the Northeast.|
|Ian Opal||During school semesters, I hold down the fort in Portland, Oregon while my spouse completes their MFA in Poetry at Indiana University. I'm currently assistant-editing a book with my former English professor (& current dear friend), and preparing to go back to school for traditional Chinese medicine. In my lazy time, I look after our medicinal plant garden & two cats. I also love knitting, and am making progress replicating a sweater my friend spotted on "Murder, She Wrote."|
|Sophie||I am a recent graduate from Bard College in Red Hook, New York. I majored in Environmental and Urban Studies, and through studying, developed a passion for environmental writing. I am also an environmental educator and an English teacher.|
|Nkechi||Nkechi Jennifer Obi holds a MFA in creative writing and a BA in English. Having worked extensively in the customer service sector as well and privately and professionally dabbling in writing and editing, she is comfortable working with people especially in engaging them through their writing. The bulk of her freelance editing has been in the form of editing and critiquing short stories and outlines. She hopes to use these skills to help prospective college students in their college essay endeavors.|
|Jackie||I have my BA and MA in English-Creative Writing and I'm working on my MFA in Poetry. I've taught composition at the university and college level as well as creative writing for high school students. My creative work has been published in various literary journals and my academic writing has been recognized and presented at various conferences, including San Diego Comic Con.|
|Ariel||I'm passionate about providing young girls and women with the tools to set goals and achieve those goals. I also aim to educate these girls and women about the science behind what is going on in their bodies and providing them with the tools and vocabulary to discuss and manage their overall health. I believe learning how to write well is an extremely beneficial life skill that is not only important for essentially every career, but also important for self-understanding and interacting with others. I consider myself to be a multi-hyphenate and describe myself as a student of neuroscience, musician, actress, blogger, and cat lady amongst many other things.|
|Beth||I'm a study in contrasts. I'm a native Californian born and bred, yet three of my four grandparents were immigrants. I love to travel and learn new languages: I spent a summer in Nigeria, learned to speak Czech during three years in Prague, and picked up some of the Queen's English over the course of a year in North Devon, England. At the same time, I love my native state, and I'm never happier than when walking my dog anywhere on the California coast. I love interacting with students from other cultures, teaching them English and learning about their native languages. And I love helping native English speakers to become more effective writers in their first language. I'm looking forward to working with you to become the best writer you can be!|
|Reina||Reina Hardy is a playwright and educator. Her plays, which usually contain magic and sometimes contain science, have been seen across the country, including at Rorschach Theatre in DC, the Vortex in Austin, and the 2013 NNPN National New Play Showcase. She’s a Michener Fellow, winner of the 2014 KCACTF TYA Prize, finalist for the Terrence McNally Prize and the recipient of an Interact 20/20 Commission. She can make things happen with her mind.|
|Kelly||My writing career has spanned sports, theme parks, handbags, and everything in between! I love to tackle new subject matter, tidy up grammar, and help writers' authentic voices shine through.|
|Lynsey||Hello! I am a trauma clinician and researcher in Minneapolis, Minnesota. When I'm not seeing patients or writing research papers, you can usually find me reading, hiking, or biking along the Mississippi River. I truly enjoy the editing process and look forward to working with you to create your very best piece of writing!|
|Blas||In 2009, I graduated with honors from the University of Texas-Pan American. I have a bachelor's in English and twenty-plus years of experience with editing and proofreading everything from creative fiction/non-fiction to academic papers. I've critiqued countless student essays (high school and college level) with a focus on grammar, structure, and overall content.|
|Dana||I'm currently a freelance writer/editor based in New York whose work has appeared in Chicago magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Bustle, Screen Rant, and Alternative Press, among others. I attended the prestigious (and rigorous) Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and have over four years of experience under my belt, including writing, editing, researching, and fact-checking.|
|Anne||I am a passionate reader, writer, and artist, committed to helping others access their inner writer and/or artist. I firmly believe that everyone has it within them to create beautiful work with words and images, and may only need guidance drawing out these perhaps dormant abilities. I live in Saint Louis, Missouri with my two daughters and three cats.|
|Alicia||I'm originally from a small town in Georgia, and my passion for writing has taken me to the Iowa Writers' Workshop and to work toward a PhD at the University of Denver. I enjoy both creative and athletic pursuits—from cooking to designing clothing to whitewater paddling to yoga. Most of all love hanging with my dog, Tilly.|
|Mark||I have had quite the varied career path. After graduation from Villanova, I became a commissioned officer in the United States Navy, stationed aboard a new class of destroyer in San Diego, Calif. One of my duties was as the ship's public affairs officer, responsible for writing and producing commissioning materials, and media relations. After completing my tour, I remained in the active reserves until retirement. Following graduate school at Boston University, I worked in the marketing communications field in the Philadelphia area for various corporations and agencies. In 2005 I began teaching at colleges in northeastern Pennsylvania. These include: The University of Scranton, Marywood University, King's College, and Keystone College.|
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