Write blog posts, coordinate guest bloggers and develop and implement social media for Brevity, a literary magazine of creative nonfiction. Noted for high-click-generating posts.
Freelance editor, focusing on developmental editing and manuscript evaluation. Work includes books published by Penguin Random House, Spencer Hill, small presses and self-published/independent.
Essayist, radio storyteller and blogger for outlets including The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, National Public Radio, CBC-Canada, Writers Bloc, Prairie Schooner and Kenyon Review Online.
Associate Editor for the journal Theatre Topics. Work included soliciting submissions, planning special issues, reviewing and responding to submissions, copyediting and proofreading.
President of the ICWP Board of Directors, including managing finances and publication efforts. Editor of two collections of plays and monologues featuring members' work.
For New York Kings' first baseman Scott Harper, scoring women is easy. He's ready to get naked anytime, anywhere. But when a hacker leaks his nude selfies, he's unprepared for the scrutiny his full-frontals receive. Carrie McKenzie has a love-hate relationship with her body. No longer the fat chick guys can ignore, she wins the job as the Kings' clubhouse reporter. With her svelte new figure, ... read more
Failed academic Frank Nichols and his wife, Eudora, have arrived in the sleepy Georgia town of Whitbrow, where Frank hopes to write a history of his family's old estate-the Savoyard Plantation- and the horrors that occurred there. At first, the quaint, rural ways of their new neighbors seem to be everything they wanted. But there is an unspoken dread that the townsfolk have lived with for gene... read more
WINNER OF THE AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION’S BEST HORROR NOVEL OF THE YEAR“As much F. Scott Fitzgerald as Dean Koontz” (#1 New York Times bestselling author Patricia Briggs), Christopher Buehlman excels in twisting the familiar into newfound dread in his “genre-bending” (California Literary Review) novels. Now the acclaimed author of Those Across the River delivers his most disquieting tale ye... read more
“Buehlman…slips effortlessly into a different kind of literary sensibility, one that doesn’t scrimp on earthy humor and lyrical writing in the face of unspeakable horrors.”*The year is 1348. Thomas, a disgraced knight, has found an orphan of the Black Death in a Norman village. An almost unnerving picture of innocence, she tells Thomas that the plague is only part of a larger cataclysm—that th... read more
Three years have passed since magic destroyed the world. Those who remain struggle to survive the monsters roaming the streets, fighting back with steel and magic--the very weapons that birthed the Howls in the first place. Tenn is one such Hunter, a boy with the ability to harness the elements through ancient runes. For years, the Hunters have used this magic to keep the monsters at bay, but ... read more
Martin Ewen, an international clown soloist in search of structure, set out to compile an alphabet of experience.Collecting a global alphabet of towns and cities over two decades, seeking out and finally securing the last seven letters took him ten years.Once this arbitrary quest was fulfilled in 2009 he was again purposeless for two minutes.His remedy is this book, a written memoir of his alp... read more
Act first. Think never. Remember nothing. If only things were still that easy for Kelly Rockport. Enveloped in guilt after surviving the crash that claimed the life of her best friend Meredith, Kelly returns to Haysville University refusing to forget. In her mind, letting go of the accident would be like killing Meredith all over again. With therapy proving futile and sex leaving her emptier t... read more
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Former assistant editor at Penguin Random House, freelancer book reviewer, and fiction writer based in Brooklyn
An editor with over a decade of experience in magazine and book publishing. My reason for being is to connect people through storytelling.