Editing, Writing, and Communications Services
I offer a range of editorial services, including (but not limited to):
Developmental editing, and
Whether you need assistance with a college application, a book manuscript, a cover letter, a dissertation, or anything else, I can help! Previous clients include book editors, first-time memoirists, academic writers, seasoned essayists, and curriculum development companies like Green Ninja. Please contact me for rates.
As an educator, I am also available to teach nonfiction workshops or classes to kids or adults or provide one-on-one writing tutoring to high school students and adults of any age. I currently work for the Missoula Writing Collaborative and teach poetry to grades 3-8. I have experience teaching adult writing workshops as well.
Do you or your organization need help with communications? I have extensive experience in writing press releases, managing social media accounts, drafting strategic communications plans, designing magazines and brochures, and developing branding guidelines. Previous clients include the University of Montana's Environmental Studies program and the Peñasco Theatre. Contact me for rates.
Past Writing Workshops
Writing for Healing and Resilience
Wednesdays, April 3 - May 8, 2:30 - 4 pm. Red Willow Center. Registration details TBA.
The act of writing can be cathartic, especially since we often store the pain of unpleasant memories in our bodies and in our minds. Writing can help us see a way forward towards healing and resilience. In this class, we’ll read examples of published writing, discuss ways to evoke memory and sensory detail on the page, and explore writing prompts. Each class will guide participants to focus on one aspect of their memories, including writing about place, music, family, friendship, and the body. Participants will be encouraged to share their work with the group, but this will not be required.
March 2, 2019, 10 am - 12 pm. Shakespeare & Company Bookstore. Click the title for registration.
Using objects and a theme, participants will write two short pieces that may reveal surprising connections.