I’ve been working in the publishing industry for over ten years, first as a contributing writer at Writer’s Digest and later as the senior editor for The Oddville Press Literary Magazine. I have worked independently as an editor with Ravenswood Publishing, Indie Solutions, Quora.com, J. Ellington Ashton Press, and Scribendi. I have experience in both copywriting and creative writing with companies such as Bell Creative LLC, Blackstone Books, and most recently as a columnist at LitReactor.com. I completed my B.A. in English with a concentration in writing at Southern New Hampshire University. Today I run my own full-time freelance editing and writing business at Espresso Editing Services.
I am passionate about providing affordable, quality editing because I am also a devoted reader and author. Rather than show you how I would write it if it were my piece, I suggest how to improve your writing in your own style.
Experience & Education
Editor, writer, and owner at espressoeditor.com January 2013 – present
Columnist at LitReactor.com June 2016 – present
Copywriter and editor with Bell Creative, LLC August 2015 – present
Freelance Editor with Ravenswood Publishing June 2015 – present
Developmental and copy editor with Indie Solutions May 2015 – present
Fiction Writer with Blackstone Books June 2015 – present
Independent Content Editor at Quora.com April 2015 – September 2015
Senior Editor and Head of Marketing at The Oddville Press Literary and Arts Magazine October 2012 – January 2015
Contributing Editor at J. Ellington Ashton Press April 2012 – September 2012
Contributing Editor at Writer’s Beat Quarterly December 2011 – March 2012
Writer / Blogger 2004 to present
- Winner of the 8th Annual Writer’s Digest Short Short Competition (2008)
- Other publications my writing has appeared in: Trembles Magazine, Blood Lotus, Lost City Review, Blue Cygnus, The Norwood Star, Imperial Youth Review, The Write Room, Writer’s Beat Quarterly
- Sweet Violent Femmes–Skylar Pheonix Publishing. Available on Amazon and in select book stores and libraries.
- Writer and editor for A Little Literary, (a Lotta Coffee), a review and writing blog
- Fiction and nonfiction freelance writing for espressoeditor.com
Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in writing
Southern New Hampshire University
I want to send an espresso-induced jolt through the industry by providing high-quality editing at a reasonable price. I am a published author, and I’m passionate about the writing craft. I’m motivated to establish a loyal editor/author relationship by building a reputation for expert service and efficient turnaround times.
Contact me through my contact page or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to hearing from you!