Hey, there. My name is James, and I'm here to help you write the best book of your life. Professionally-published science-fiction novelist, student of the author of House of Sand and Fog, Andre Dubus III. Currently have a novel being optioned in Hollywood. Quick, efficient, and passionate about writing as a craft. I promise not to bite!
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BA in English, Creative Writing Concentration (3.89 GPA) Expected May 2015
University of Massachusetts: Lowell, MA
Published Fiction Work
• Speculative fiction novel, GRID, slated for publication through Permuted Press in March 2015.
• Short fiction piece, entitled THE SHUTTLE, received second place in WillyCon’s 2012 Short Story Competition.
• Short fiction piece, entitled THE LIBRARY, appeared in Fiction365, an online publication.
• Short fiction piece, entitled HERE AMONG THE DEAD, appeared in the University of Massachusetts Lowell's literary journal in February 2015.
• Short fiction piece, entitled GLITCHES, appeared in the Spring 2015 issue of Electric Pulp.
The GOAT Series (August 2014 – Present)
• Producing “best-of” articles for a large-traffic entertainment site.
• 3-4 entries per week, typically between 2,500-3,500 words.
Freelance Work (June 2011 – Present)
• Editing manuscripts and ghostwriting fiction.
• Blogging posts in technology and entertainment at a professional pay rate.
• Operating a donation-earning blog focused on writing advice and health.
• Extensive SEO content production through various agencies, producing up to 50 500-word articles per week.