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Caroline Ellis - Freelance Article Writing & Creative Writing
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I am a freelance writer living in South Carolina. I am the creator and author of “The Truth About Caroline” series for TheTruthAboutCars.com, an automotive website that generates more than three million page views monthly. I am currently contracted to write 2+ articles a month at 800-1200 words per article. I wrote the most user-commented article of 2013 with over six hundred user comments and...
Greenville, South Carolina, United States
Rachel Lomax - Freelance Poem Writing & Creative Writing
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Hello , My name is Rachel lomax . I am 19 years old and I am a young african american female . I discovered Freelanced because I saw this site as a great way to make money . I am a poet , I love writing poetry ... its my passion ! I have been constantly seeking ways to have my poetry heard and seen . I feel that this is also a wonderful experience that I wil definitely enjoy
Greenville, South Carolina, United States
Sarah McClellan - Freelance Creative Writing & Copywriting
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I am currently a senior English Education major at Pensacola Christian College. I have written numerous essays, research papers, and other copy for classes and have edited papers from a family near the campus. I have recently been hired as a copywriter for the college yearbook. I also love to write fiction, poetry, and songs.
Greenville, South Carolina, United States
Zero - Freelance Creative Writing & Fiction Writing
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Creative writer in fiction, poetry, speech, etc. Experience in book writing, American Legion Speechwriting, Right to Life Speech Writing, Optimist Club Speechwriting, Nominated for American Young Youth Leaders, All American High School Student.
Greenville, South Carolina, United States
Friia Furtick - Freelance Creative Writing & Proofreading
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I am a novice writer looking for some professional experience in proofreading/editing.
Greenville, South Carolina, United States
Bernette Byrd - Freelance Book Writing & Creative Writing
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Greenville, South Carolina, United States
Misti Goins - Freelance Creative Writing & Song Writing
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Greenville, South Carolina, United States
Ethan Mcmahan - Freelance Creative Writing & Poem Writing
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Dana Brookman - Freelance Article Writing & Fiction Writing
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I have a BS in Criminal Justice as well as a Certificate in Paralegal Studies, I've spent a lot of time learning legal and technical writing. Creative writing is done in my spare time, I commit tremendous effort to writing short fiction (typically the horror-science fiction genre) and I am currently working on a novel. I plan to start sending in works to be published. I do my own editing as well. I am not a pro, but I am very well-rounded in the field of writing--both technical and creative. I am looking for odd jobs here and there to obtain more experience, and to help anyone out!
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Jule Wallis - Freelance Technical Writing & Article Writing
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QUALIFICATIONS SUMMARY Experience teaching graduate, third-year and first-year college students, developmental writing, and 4-years experience tutoring undergraduates and graduates in fact-to-face and online writing center settings. MA and BA degrees in English Language and Literature and PhD coursework in Rhetoric and Composition and Gender Studies. Have presented at national, regional, and state literature and writing center conferences. EDUCATION Wayne State University, Detroit, MI Enrolled in English Language and Literature PhD program GPA: 3.93/4.0 Coursework Highlights: Feminist Rhetoric and Composition Intro to Graduate Studies Linguistics and Language Use American Literature: 20th Century Teaching Practicum African American Literature Studies in Composition Theory Postmodern Shakespeare Seminar in Composition Studies Design Research: Composition Studies Rhetorical Theory Writing Technologies Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI Graduated: May 2006 MA in English Language and Literature GPA: 3.55/4.0 Thesis: Harriet Prescott Spofford: The Forgotten Feminist Spofford’s work in the late nineteenth century re-examined the binary categories of women: the domestic angel and the dark, sensual woman. By juxtaposing and blurring the lines of feminine binaries, Spofford was able to question and re-write female histories within the nineteenth century and beyond. In addition, Spofford examined the rhetorics of a female discourse simultaneously rejected by male critics and admired by the consumers who read female domestic fiction. Coursework Highlights: Intro to Graduate Studies and Composition Seminar in American Literature Writing Center Practicum English Linguistics Gender and Rhetoric of 19th Century Women Writers Lake Superior State University, Sault Sainte Marie, MI Graduated: May 2003 BA in English Language and Literature GPA: 3.2/4.0 Dean’s List (last four semesters) Superior Performance in the Study of Language and Literature Award TEACHING EXPERIENCe Writing Center Director, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI January 2009-Present During the 2009-2010 school year, the Writing Center provided support and assistance for students in many disciplines and academic areas: English, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Education, History, Mathematics, Nursing, Political Science and Psychology. Overall, the Writing Center student contacts for the 2008-2009 academic semester were 2, 519, over a thousand more than the 2007-2008 academic semesterThe center also supported Graduate students in multiple disciplines, and with our new graduate tutor, funded by the WSU Graduate School, the 2009-2010 year promises a large increase in the number of Graduate students served by the WSU writing center. The Center also supported students writing scholarship and Graduate school applications, resumes, and work-related materials. Co-Director, Writing Center, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI May 2008-January 2009 English 6010 Instructor, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI January 2009-Present ? Teach graduate students writing techniques using class, group, and individual lessons ? Encourage critical and collaborative thinking via inventive group and individual in-class and individual assignments ? Develop curriculum for secondary education students focusing on learning the process of teaching writing process and text enhancement ? Course implemented by English department as common curriculum ? Responsible for developing and implementing assignments, creating syllabus, managing class, responding to students’ writing, encouraging students’ growth, and evaluating students work ? Explain, implement, and assist students with special needs English 3010 Instructor, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI May 2008-Present ? Teach third-year students writing techniques using class, group, and individual lessons ? Encourage critical and collaborative thinking via inventive group and individual in-class and individual assignments ? Develop curriculum for intermediate writing class focusing on writing process and text enhancement ? Course implemented by English department as common curriculum ? Responsible for developing and implementing assignments, creating syllabus, managing class, responding to students’ writing, encouraging students’ growth, and evaluating students work ? Explain, implement, and assist students with special needs ? Work with course consultants to develop quality writing instruction and programming ? Attend weekly staff meetings centered on program and curriculum development English 1020 Instructor, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI Jan 2008-Present ? Create assignments focused upon inventive and exciting ways in which to work with a wide variety of learning disabilities ? Teach first-year students writing techniques using class, group, and individual lessons ? Encourage critical and collaborative thinking via inventive group and individual in-class and individual assignments ? Develop curriculum for basic writing class focusing on writing process and text enhancement ? Responsible for developing and implementing assignments, creating syllabus, managing class, responding to students’ writing, encouraging students’ growth, and evaluating students work ? Explain, implement, and assist students with special needs ? Work with course consultants to develop quality writing instruction and programming ? Attend weekly staff meetings centered on program and curriculum development Tutor, Writing Center, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI Aug 2006-Aug2008 ? Work on development and implementation of center’s first online tutoring instruction ? Devise and implement an online program which utilizes my research and experience at Central Michigan’s Writing Center ? Devise OWL program which encourages commuting students and a wide variety of disciplines to submit traditional and multimedia ? Teach writing strategies to undergrad, graduate, special needs, and ESL students in one-on-one sessions ? Help student writers understand writing assignments as well as grammatical and rhetorical concepts ? Tutor students working in various disciplines and with various style sheets (AP, APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.) ? Teach writing strategies in one-on-one and small group setting to undergraduate and graduate students, including those who have special needs, visual impairments, or ESL backgrounds (this list was not parallel) ? Help writers understand assignments as well as grammatical and rhetorical concepts ? Instruct tutors in rhetorical methods for engaging in online or face-to-face sessions: reflective statements, open questions, advice, qualified criticism ? Work in center devoted to teaching undergraduate and graduate students to improve their writing ? Data entry: Ensure future funding and expansion of Wayne State’s new writing center. ? Develop and present informational workshop to campus classes and organizations ? Train new writing center consultants to successfully teach rhetorical and grammatical concepts to writers ? Organized assignments and guidelines into network database and entered data ? Develop and present informational workshop to campus classes and organizations Assignment Coordinator, Writing Center, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI Aug 2006-May 2007 ? Serve as liaison to 25 instructors to understand their assignment demands and explain them to 10 tutors ? Organize assignments and guidelines into network database and entered data ? Bi-monthly meetings to discuss concerns, curriculum, procedures, and future projects of the Rhetoric and Composition Department Tutor, Writing Center, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI Aug 2004-May 2006 ? Teach writing strategies in one-on-one and small group setting to undergraduate and graduate students, including those who have special needs, visual impairments, or ESL backgrounds (this list was not parallel) ? Help writers understand assignments as well as grammatical and rhetorical concepts ? Liaison with basic as well as first and second year composition instructors to understand and explain them to 40 plus tutors ? Train new writing center consultants to successfully teach rhetorical and grammatical concepts to writers ? Organized assignments and guidelines into network database and entered data ? Develop and present informational workshop to campus classes and organizations ? Participated in training sessions at Central Michigan’s high school writing center ? Tutor students who need work with AP, APA, MLA and Chicago Manual style guides, etc. WAC Representative, Writing Center, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI Aug 2004-May 2006 ? researched, compiled, and presented guidelines for reading, writing, and citation for department/classroom specific writing assignments Instructor, English Department, Lake Superior State University, Sault Sainte Marie, MI, Aug 2003-May 2004 ? Teach first-year students in developmental writing course, English 091 ? Create assignments focused upon inventive and exciting ways in which to beat and work with a wide variety of learning disabilities ? Teach first-year students writing techniques using class, group, and individual lessons ? Encourage critical and collaborative thinking via inventive group and individual in-class and individual assignments ? Develop curriculum for basic writing class focusing on writing process and text enhancement ? Responsible for developing and implementing assignments, creating syllabus, managing class, responding to students’ writing, encouraging students’ growth, and evaluating students work ? Explain, implement, and assist students with special needs ? Work with course consultants to develop quality writing instruction and programming ? Attend weekly staff meetings centered on program and curriculum development TEACHING EXPERIENCE (continued) Professor’s Assistant, Dr. Polly Fields, Lake Superior State University, Sault Ste. Marie, MI, May 201- Aug 2003 ? Research, compilation, and editing for Dr. Polly Fields upcoming book: ? Classroom substitute: work with developmental and composition students ? First year composition teaching assistant for freshman students ? Research, copy, and After School Tutor, Sault Ste. Marie High School, Sault Ste. Maire, MI, Jan 2000 – July 2000 ? Tutoring of special needs and remedial students ? Group and one-on-one sessions aimed at advancing reading and writing skills PRESENTATIONS “Performativity, Materiality, and New Media: How Bodies Come to Matter.” Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association 2008 National Conference. San Francisco, CA. March 19-22, 2008. “A Fiskean Reading of Law and Order, SVU.” Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association 2007 National Conference. Boston, MA. April 4-7, 2007. “Negotiating Authority in the Writing Center.” National Council of Peer Tutors in Writing. Ann Arbor, MI, Nov 12-13, 2006. “Online Commenting: A Dialogue Between the Lines.” East Central Writing Centers Association. Alliance, OH. March 15-17, 2006 “Reading Between the Lines: Gender Preference for Passive Voice.” Michigan Writing Centers Association. Grand Rapids, MI. Nov 12-13, 2005 “Passive Voice in the Classroom.” Student Research and Creative Endeavors. Mt. Pleasant, MI April 20-23, 2005 Graduate Workshops “Evaluating and Responding to Student Writing.” New GTA Orientation Workshop. Wayne State University, August 2009. “Integrating Writing Into Teaching.” New GTA Orientation Workshop. Wayne State University, August 2009. “Grading with Rubrics.” TA Biology Department Workshop. Wayne State University, September 2009. “Plagiarism and APA.” College of Nursing Workshop. Wayne State University, September 2009. “Writing in the Sciences: APA Style.” Center for Molecular Medicine and Genetics. Wayne State University, November 2009. “Proofreading and Editing Graduate Writing.” Scholarly Communication Committee. Wayne State University, March, April 2010. “Writing the Literature Review.” Scholarly Communication Committee. Wayne State University, February 2010. “IRB, HIC, AIC.” Scholarly Communication Committee. Wayne State University, February 2010. “Writing Elements for Graduate Students.” Fellowship Writing Boot Camp. Wayne State University, May 2010. “Writing the Literature Review.” Fellowship Writing Boot Camp. Wayne State University, May 2010. “IRB, HIC, AIC.” Fellowship Boot Camp. Wayne State University, May 2010. “Evaluating and Responding to Student Writing.” New GTA Orientation Workshop. Wayne State University, August 2010. PUBLICATIONS “Authority in the Classroom.” Writing Lab Newsletter. (Forthcoming.) “**** in Art Cinema.” The Journal of Popular Culture. Gary Hoppenstand, Editor. (Submitted August 2008). SERVICE Composition and Rhetoric Committee Graduate Representative, Wayne State University ? Participate in weekly meetings with Composition and Rhetoric faculty ? Organized assignments and guidelines into network database and entered data ? Bi-monthly meetings to discuss concerns, curriculum, procedures, and future projects of the Rhetoric and Composition Department ? WAC representative: explain, implement, and organize teaching and tutoring techniques and rules regulating composition and rhetoric classes AWARDS Central Michigan University English Language and Literature Graduate Student Award, Honorable Mention Wayne State University Composition and Rhetoric Department Representative MEMBERSHIPS National Council of Teacher’s of Writing College Composition and Communication East Central Writing Center Association Michigan Writing Center Association Popular Culture Association American Culture Association REFERENCES Dr. Charles Crawford, Assistant Professor Department of English 234 Smith Hall 1736 Campus Drive Mount Pleasant, MI 78990 crawf1ma@cmich.edu (345) 123-4567 I enrolled in three seminars with Dr. Crawford, who also supervised my Writing Center work. Dr. Richard Marback Department of English 5057 Woodward Detroit MI 48202 rmarback@wayne.edu 313) 577-8589 Dr. Jeff Pruchnic Department of English 5057 Woodward Detroit, MI 48202 jeffpruchnic@wayne.ede 313-577-3060
Royal Oak, Michigan, United States