Like any other writer and editor you know, I’ve landed some gigs over the years that helped shape my approach to creative work. Check out my bylines and other appearances in the wild for a better idea of the word nerd you’re dealing with.

Editorial Contracts/Partnerships

  • Publishing coordinator for DartFrog Plus
  • Manuscripts edited on contract for Parliament House Press:
    ~ The Nightshade Cabal by Chris Patrick Carolan: February 25, 2020
    ~ Wire Wings by Wren Handman: June 23, 2020
    ~ The Storyteller’s Daughter by Victoria McCombs: July 14, 2020
    ~ The Seeking by Marlena Frank: TBD
    ~ Time After Time by Sara Crawford: September 22, 2020
  • Manuscripts edited as an intern for Regal House Publishing:
    ~ Ms. Ming’s Guide to Civilization by Jan Alexander: September 13, 2019
    ~ Worst. Date. Ever. by Dan Kopcow: March 1, 2020
    ~ Bliss by Fredrick Soukup: March 2, 2020
    ~ The Parasol Flower by Karen Quevillon: June 5, 2020
    ~ Hunting Teddy Roosevelt by James Ross: June 12, 2020
    ~ Fight Like A Girl by Mike Lewis: TBD
  • Former contractual editor for Re:Fiction magazine
  • Guest member of the Editorial Freelancers Association
  • Judge for Mainstream/Literary Fiction in the Writer’s Digest 2019 Self-published Book Awards
  • Judge for Memoirs in the Writer’s Digest 2019 Self-published Ebook Awards

Web Publications

Print Publications

  • WILMA magazine: January 2020, “Bubbly Mixers”
  • WILMA magazine: November 2019, “Reinventing Fermenting”
  • WILMA magazine: September 2019, “Chasing Fashion”
  • North Brunswick Magazine: June 2018, “Downtown Spin”
  • Wrightsville Beach Magazine: September 2017, “Quality Time” and “Designers Choice”
    August 2017, “Goin’ Whole Hog”
  • WNC magazine: September/October 2016, July/August 2016, November/December 2015, September/October 2015, July/August 2015, May/June 2015, March April 2015, “Mountainscapes” and “Contributors”
    May/June 2015, “Play It Cool”

Passion Projects

  • Lunule: the first book in a planned urban fantasy/suspense trilogy for adult audiences, set in modern Boston. Currently querying literary agents.
  • Meridian: the second book in a planned urban fantasy/suspense trilogy for adult audiences, primarily set in modern Boston. Currently writing the first draft.
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