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Samantha Prust - Freelance Editing & Writing
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5.0
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$15
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With over 15 years of professional experience as a writer and editor in book and magazine publishing, I have edited a variety of writing styles and have written articles on a wide range of topics for magazines. I have also been a ghostwriter for middle level English and language arts books. I'm the author of "A Sentence a Day: Short, Playful Proofreading Exercises" (Prufrock Press, 2007) and "Romance and Other Stories" (The Write Deal, 2011). Visit my blog, Little Wayward Typewriter, at http://samanthaprust.wordpress.com/ EDUCATION: Bachelor of Arts, English, Minnesota State University, 1995 Master of Fine Arts, Creative Writing, Colorado State University, 1999 EXPERIENCE: Transcription Editor 3PlayMedia (http://www.3playmedia.com/) Cambridge, Massachusetts Edit transcripts to create time-synchronized text. Contract Editor Larimer County Natural Resources (www.co.larimer.co.us/naturalresources/) Fort Collins, Colorado December 2010-present Proofread, edit and rewrite scientific text for trailhead and kiosk signs, including Colorado’s Fossil Legacy, Poudre River History Panel, River Bluffs Education Plan, Backbone Born from the Rockies, Colorado’s Fossil Legacy, Formations of the Devil’s Backbone, The Rock Cycle, and Rounded Rock Puzzle. Associate Editor/Writer/Marketing and Production Assistant Cottonwood Press, Inc. (www.cottonwoodpress.com) Fort Collins, Colorado October 1999-October 2010 Wrote creative material for language arts books. Wrote catalog copy and press releases for products. Proofread and edited all company materials: books, catalogs, brochures, advertisements, press releases, newsletters, direct mailers, and author contracts. Proofread and edited company website using Joomla. Conducted fact-checking and research on the Internet. Compiled and maintained book topic index in Quark. Researched marketing strategies; wrote marketing plans. Made sales contacts and established new resellers. Maintained customer database in Microsoft Access. Tracked inventory of books, posters, and CDs in Excel. Attended educational conferences as a sales representative. Answered multiple phone lines; checked voicemail. Processed phone orders, online orders, and mailed orders. Recorded new sales and accounts receivable. Sent and received faxes; made photocopies. Filled orders for mailing; used postage scale. Took the initiative to organize and clean office, streamline order procedures, and save money on shipping. Assistant Editor Style Magazine (www.stylemedia.com) Fort Collins, Colorado August 2000-September 2005 Wrote feature articles for a monthly readership of 65,000. Researched article topics via the Internet and interviews. Fact-checked all editorial material. Compiled community events calendar. Collected, generated, and organized graphics. Proofread and edited all articles and advertisements. Consulted with advertising representatives. Communicated regularly with freelance writers. Associate Editor The Colorado Review (http://coloradoreview.colostate.edu/) Fort Collins, Colorado December 1995-February 1999 Reviewed submissions and passed on material to editors. Proofread and typeset magazine pages in Microsoft Word. Maintained subscriber database. Fulfilled submission guideline requests. Organized mass mailings. Helped to organize and host author readings, including Robert Boswell, Dorothy Allison, Jim Harrison, and Annie Proulx. Assistant Editor Birch Lane Press (davisa@mnstate.edu) New York, New York January 1992-June 1992 Reviewed submissions and passed on material to editors. Proofread accepted submissions. Learned proofreader’s marks. Wrote rejection and acceptance letters. Edited galley copies.
Fort Collins, Colorado, United States
Kelsie acosta - Freelance Animation & Illustration
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4.0
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Growing up from place to place all over California and Texas, Ive had a massive love for imagination, and would often entertain my brothers with exciting bedtime stories, drawings, and creating adventurous games for them all to play. I always found myself busy in the creative realm. From making physical creations, sewing, painting, to eventually discovering a love for the digital world. My passion for storytelling and seeing ideas come off the page guided her to pursue Animation and illustration. In 2018 I Graduated with a bachelors degree in media arts in Animation and is currently pursuing freelance work for both conceptual art and animation. Aside from that, I own an online vintage resale shop, works at Apple, am a mom to my son Kota.
Dana Point, California, United States
Edgardo J Santiago - Freelance Flyer Design & Photography
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3.5
2 Skills
$20
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Bilingual creative content creator. Want quick and simple results? Struggling with bilingual content? Feel free to contact me for a quote. I have experience in article marketing, making excellent business proposals and generating quality content for your viewers. I have experience as an academic ghostwriter, helped produce fashion shows going through all steps required for a successful show, flyer design, SEO and presentations.
Bronx, New York, United States
Anthony Holmes - Freelance Commercial Photography & Advertising Photography
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5.0
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I am a professional Commercial Photographer with 25 years experience, I had my own studio for 20 years with a large corporate client list. My work covered all aspects of commercial advertising photograhpy from still life to fashion to architecture to industrial both in studio and location. I am a member of the British Institute of Professional Photographers and was awarded an Associate in 1990
Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
Lisa ONeill - Freelance Ad Design & Graphic Design
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4.0
2 Skills
$40
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I have many years of graphic art experience. I do mainly free lance ad work for local businesses and commisioned fine art for private customers. I also have experience doing mechanical drawings and specifications. I can render any file, type or size needed. Thank you.
San Francisco, California, United States
Angela Jorgensen - Freelance Magazine Design & Graphic Design
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5.0
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Karmic Pup Screen Printing & Design Studio is an eco-friendly studio using only vibrant water based inks, ensuring top quality results. We are quality driven and put the upmost care into every design that we create. Communication is key. We pride ourselves on our communication skills and ensuring you get the most out of your budget and vision. Your visual presentation is what will attract prospects, get them engaged, and convey the value of your company. We will bring that vision to life.
Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada
Rachel Danielle Peterson - Freelance Creative Writing & Editing
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CURRICULUM VITAE CURRICULUM VITAE EDUCATION July 2009 - August 2011 Ashland University, Ashland, OH Pursued a MFA in Poetry through the university's low-residency program. My thesis adviser was Peter Campion, and Ruth Schwartz served on my thesis committee. My thesis is a collection of poetry. Sept 2005 - May 2007, Bethany Theological Seminary, Richmond, IN Graduated upon thesis completion with an MA in Theology, but the degree is academic approach to the interdisciplinary study of religion. Scott Holland was my thesis adviser. Major academic courses highlights: Films, Novels, & Theology, Modernity, Post-Modernity & Belief, Hebrew, and Religion as a Source of Terror & Transformation Thesis Title: “Re-Mythologizing as a Tool for Postmodern Christianity.” Sept 1999 - June 2005, Wright State University, Dayton, OH Graduated summa *** laude with a dual major of English/Religion (BA). Major academic courses highlights: Creative Writing, Plato Seminar, C.S. Lewis, The Dead Sea Scrolls, Eastern Religions, The Problem of Evil, Shakespeare's Tragedies, and Ancient Mythology. Completed University Honors designation through course work and special project for each major (poetry collection and research paper). My honors advisers were Gary Pacernick (poetry) and Valerie Stoker (religion). OCCUPATION Sept 2013 – July 2016, Northern Marianas College, Saipan, MP English Instructor, Language and Humanities Classes taught: English Language Institute Reading and Writing courses (EN 072, EN 082, EN093, EN094), English Composition (EN 101 and 202), Intro to Literature (EN 150), Introduction to Philosophy (PI 202), and Literature of the Pacific (EN 250, and Intro to Communication (CO 210). These classes involved assessment of teaching methods and the use of online research resources, several courses were online as well. I have taken part in Hiring Committee as well as ad hoc committees. I also advised a weekly creative writer’s club off campus that was open to the whole community. I have been a guest speaker at local high schools to teach workshops on Creative Writing and aid in recruitment efforts. Sept 2007 – Aug 2013, Clark State Community College, Springfield, OH Adjunct Instructor, Arts & Sciences Classes taught: Developmental Writing (CPE 071 & CPE 072), Intro to English (ENG 111), Intro to Poetry (ENG 241). These classes involved assessment of teaching methods and the use of online research resources. Furthermore, I served as a faculty mentor to students in the college’s creative writers’ club for three years. The club published a yearly literary journal called Shards. Sept 2006 - June 2007, Bethany Theological Seminary, Richmond, IN Student Coordinator of Peace Forum Duties included: planning meals, introducing speakers, moderating discussions, and coordinating volunteers at this weekly forum, which included Earlham College as well as the Bethany community. Sept 2004 - June 2005, NEXUS, WSU’s Literary Journal, Dayton, OH Assistant Editor Duties included: reading submissions, proofing poems, advertising for the journal, and formatting each issue. The magazine also started a weekly poetry workshop. Sept 2001 - Dec 2003, WSU’s University Writing Center, Dayton, OH Writing Consultant Guided students through one-on-one writing sessions to define and address problem areas. ______________________________________________________________________________ VOLUNTEER SERVICE Jan 2003 - April 2004, Brethren Volunteer Service, On Earth Peace, New Windsor, MD Decade to Overcome Violence Coordinator & Program Assistant to OEP Duties included: maintaining the denomination’s DOV network (an initiative of the World Council of Churches), attending staff meetings (facilitating when necessary), representing OEP and DOV at various events, working with the Internet, using word processors, preparing bulk mailings, writing articles, facilitating workshops, and editing articles when necessary. I received formal mediation, group facilitation, applied ethics, nonviolence, and anti-racism training. ______________________________________________________________________________ INTERNSHIP March 2013 – Sept 2013 The Review Review, online writer's resource edited by Becky Tuch, located at: www.thereviewreview.net Maintained an online presence through social media, contributed publishing tips, compiled questions for monthly lit mag quizzes, dates of latest workshops and writing retreats, researched possible sponsors as well as the latest books on the craft of writing. ACTIVITIES/MEMBERSHIP 2015 -2016. Member of The International Association of Women Philosophers (IAPh). Completed August 9, 2014. “How Writers Write Poetry: Talk on Craft and Commitment,” an online course offered by The Writing University at the University of Iowa: http://courses.writinguniversity.org 2014 – present. Contributing Editor at Poet’s Quarterly: http://www.poetsquarterly.com/ 2013 – present, Member of VIDA: Women in the Literary Arts. AWARDS A Girl’s a Gun was chosen by Lisa Williams as the winner of the 2017 University Press of Kentucky’s New Poetry and Prose Series and will be published by the same press Vermont Studio Center Residency Fellow, August 6th -September 16th 2017 at the Vermont Studio. “New Year’s” and “Redbird” were nominated for Best New Poets 2014 by Ashland University. 2014, Cleft was an Honourable Mention for the 2014 Joanna Cargill Coconut Book Prize for a First Book. 2013, Cleft of Sky, was chosen as a Semi-finalist for the Trio Award for the First/Second Book by Trio House Press, judged by Mihaela Moscaliuc. 2013, “Elegy of the Gun,” nominated by The Los Angeles Review for Best New Poets. 2012, Nominated for and completed Clark State's Adjunct Faculty Leadership Institute 2010, Represented Ashland University at Association of Writers & Writing Program (AWP) Conference in Washington, D.C. 2006, Elected to Bethany’s student government and represented the school at the Mennonite Writer’s Conference in Bluffton, OH 2005, Most Outstanding Student in the Department of Religion (WSU) 2005, Short story wins second runner up and a cash prize from WSU’s annual contest. 2004-2005, The National Dean’s List Dean’s List (every quarter at WSU) WSU Honor’s Program Golden Key National Honor Society PUBLICATIONS A Girl’s a Gun will be published as part of the University Press of Kentucky’s New Poetry and Prose Series in November 2017. “Elegy of the Gun V.” was on display in the Poetry Leaves Exhibition, May 2-31, 3027, and published in the Poetry Leaves bound volume, sponsored by Waterford Township Public Library in Ann Arbor, Michigan. “Harlan County,” was published in the April 2017 edition of Front Porch Journal, literary journal of Texas State University's MFA Program. The article, “ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME – INDUCT THESE WOMEN: CARLY SIMON,” was a part of the Induct These Women Series, published on January 16, 2017 on Inspirer, a Los Angeles based print and digital publication. http://inspirer.life/home/2017/01/rock-and-roll-hall-of-fame-induct-these-women-carly-simon/ The article, “ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME – INDUCT THESE WOMEN: PAT BENATAR,” was a part of the Induct These Women Series, published on January 9, 2017 on Inspirer, a Los Angeles based print and digital publication. http://inspirer.life/home/2017/01/rock-and-roll-hall-of-fame-induct-these-women-pat-benatar/ The thought piece, “Some Myths Must Break,” was published on January 4, 2017 on Inspirer, a Los Angeles based print and digital publication. http://inspirer.life/home/2017/01/some-myths-must-break/ The essay, “Innovation,” was published in the Spring 2015 Issue of Poet’s Quarterly. http://www.poetsquarterly.com/2015/04/innovation.html The poem, “Fragments of Joan XVI, ” was published in Out of Sequence: The Sonnets Remixed a media event from Upstart: A Journal of English Renaissance Studies at Clemson University, Summer of 2014. The essay, “For People,” was published in the Summer 2014 Issue of Poet’s Quarterly. http://www.poetsquarterly.com/2014/07/for-people.html March 21, 2014.“Why I Wasn’t Supposed to be Born,” a poem published in Revolver, a literary arts organization based in Lowertown, St. Paul. http://www.around-around.com/author/rachel-peterson/ 2014. “Redbird” was published first in The Burden of Light: Poems on Illness and Loss, edited by Tanya Chekhov and released in March 2014. https://soundcloud.com/foreword-literary/rachel-peterson-red-bird-the 2013. “Fragments of Joan XI.” a poem published in Her Royal Majesty, a Paris-based literary arts magazine, “Luck” Issue 13, Summer 2013. 2013, The Review Review, a review magazine based out of Pittsburgh, publishing tips: “Viva Vida! Lit Mags That Challenge Sexism,” “Ranking Lit Mags, Ranking Writing,” “Out of Africa: Lit Mags Related to Africa and Diaspora,” and “Mighty Thunder from Down Under: Australian Lit Mags and Literary Resources.” http://www.thereviewreview.net/ 2013, “Elegy of the Gun,” a poem published in The Los Angeles Review, a semi-annual literary journal based in Los Angeles, March 2013. 2013, “On the Burning of a Statue of Jesus,” a poem published in Midwestern Gothic,is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan in Issue 8 and included an online interview: http://midwestgothic.com/2013/02/contributor-spotlight-rachel-danielle-peterson 2012, “Harlan County,” a poem published in Arsenic Lobster, a Chicago based literary journal, Issue Thirty, Winter 2012. 2011,"Ink," Literary Imagination, Vol. 13.3 (2011). Published by Oxford University Press, based in London, UK. 2011, MFA Thesis: Burn, a collection of poetry. 2007, Master's Thesis: "Re-Mythologizing: A Tool for Post Modern Theology." LANGUAGE SKILL German, Spanish, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Greek, and Maori. TRAVEL/INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE 2014, Association of Writers & Writing Program (AWP) Conference, Seattle, WA. 2012, Association of Writers & Writing Program (AWP) Conference, Chicago, IL. 2007, Cross-Cultural Trip to Kenya, arranged by Bethany Seminary. 2006, Attendance at the Shakespearean Festival in Stratford (Canada). 2004, Represented OEP at the UN-sponsored Conference on Women and Religion, New York, NY. 2004, Christian Peacemaking Team (CPT) Delegation to Israel/Palestine. 2002, Studied for a semester abroad in Heidelberg, Germany. 2002, Taizé International Gathering in Budapest, Hungary, arranged by Earlham College. 2001, Young Adult Workcamp to the Taizé monastic community in France.
Ohio, United States
Marchae Grair - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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4.0
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I am a journalist from Ohio who graduated with a degree in Electronic Media Management, from Kent State University's School of Journalism and Mass Communication. I am primarily interested in politics, women's rights, and gay and lesbian issues. Although I tend to write and read about serious topics, I'm a big fan of humorous movies and comedic writing as well. I studied a wide variety of media techniques in college. I was a columnist and editorial writer for an award-winning college paper. I also did producing work for news programs and entertainment programs at my school's television studio, where I learned basic production methods and Final Cut Pro. My first internship was for a local newspaper in Northeast Ohio, and my senior internship was at The Advocate, a gay and lesbian magazine and website in Los Angeles. Currently, I'm concentrating on freelance and creative writing work until I enroll in graduate school.
Akron, Ohio, United States
Tiffany Tackett - Freelance Creative Writing & Editing
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My name is Tiffany Tackett and I have a BA in English: Creative Writing with a minor in Film. I volunteer as a Municipal Liaison for the Office of Letters and Light for their writing programs, Script Frenzy and National Novel Writing Month, where I organize local events, attend write-ins, answer participant questions about the program, instruct participants in writing technique and writing programs, all while writing either a 100 page script or a 50,000 word novel in 30 days. I received the student scholarship from the Southwest Writers Association for being a leader in the local writing community and a proponent of excellence in the craft, earning me a membership in their organization. I have extensive training in research, literary analysis and criticism, copyediting, and creative writing technique, gained through the course of my university studies, from being vice president of a literary club, helping sift the slush pile of the Blue Mesa Review, and from being the Senior Editor of my high school's literary magazine. I am passionate about writing and am constantly trying to improve my skills, through attending workshops, conferences, and reading on my own in writing technique and modern literature. Currently I am working on a novel length piece of high fantasy with a science fiction twist, as well as a plethora of short stories, a few of which are currently under consideration.
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Max Serjeant - Freelance Copywriting & Content Writing
5
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5.0
2 Skills
$30
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As a freelancer, I have worked with a range of clients to produce many different types of writing. This has included ghost writing travel blog posts and reviews, SEO-based traffic-generating articles, website copy, and journalistic pieces. My work has appeared on websites, in magazines, and on product packaging. In doing so, I have demonstrated my ability to liaise with clients, as well as to create work which meets their specific requirements and desired style of writing. I am also adept at juggling multiple projects and meeting tight deadlines. I possess highly developed research skills. Much of my work has required me to write about subjects which I have no direct knowledge of, and this has required me to gather the information required to ensure that the result meets the level of knowledge possessed by the client. These skills are augmented by the research project which I designed and conducted as part of my studies. Clients include: - Costarica.org - No Destinations Travel Blog - Geniusz Tech Support - TAD Graphics - ErikawithaK - The Latin American News Dispatch - Read About This - The Barnabas Fund - Leadahose Areas of Expertise: - Copywriting - Blog writing - Travel writing - Reviews - Research - Proofreading - Journalism - Photography
Perth, Western Australia, Australia