2000 to 2006 : Researcher to Doug Stanton, 2001 New York Times bestseller
2002 to 2008 : Editor of the literary magazine, Dunes Review
2002 to 2010 : Board member, Michigan Writers, Inc.
2003 and 2004 : Creative Writing instructor at Interlochen Center for the Arts
2005 : Founding Committee Member of Traverse City Film Festival
2006 : Clarion Editor, ForeWord magazine
2006 to present: designer for Michigan Writers Cooperative Press publications
2007 to 11/2009 : Editor-in-Chief and Creative Director, ForeWord magazine
2007 to 11/2009 : Book and Product Editor, Spirituality & Health magazine
2008 to 2009 : Editor, Spirituality & Health Books
2008: attended Stanford Publishing Courses for Professionals
2009 : Managing Editor, Spirituality & Health magazine, winner of the FOLIO Bronze Award for Editorial Excellence, 2009 and winner of the Utne Independent Press Award in Health/Wellness for outstanding journalism in 2009.
In 2009, the year I worked for S&H, the magazine was the winner of the FOLIO Bronze Award for Editorial Excellence and the Utne Independent Press Award in Health/Wellness for outstanding journalism.
I was responsible for managing editorial, payment amount, contracts, due dates, etc. I also line editing and proofed every word that appeared in the magazine for the year 2009.
Conceived and wrote the column "Material World" as well as short articles for the U&O section when needed.
Created spreadsheets for payroll.
I was the only editorial employee of S&H Books.
Responsible for pitching and acquiring work.
Worked directly with authors in ms. development, line edited and proofed all 4 books that were published in 2009, plus another that's due spring 2010.
Wrote, designed (InDesign) and created publicity information sheets for the book.
Maintained databases with the distributor.
Created interior design for "The Virtue of Wealth," "Going Out Green" and "Journaling."
Worked with Lulu and CreateSpace to create galleys, and in the case of "Journaling," to make a 100% POD book.
Created indexes for "The Virtue of Wealth," "Cooks' House," and "Kitchen Alchemy."
Editorial responsibilities included: examining every book that came through the office; selecting the books that would appear in the magazine; conceiving, coordinating and selecting books for the magazine articles; working with reviewers; conceiving, coordinating and selecting books for special sections; line editing and proofing of every word that appeared in the magazine.
Writing responsibilities included a bi-monthly letter that appeared in the magazine, the children's picture book spread, and articles and reviews as needed.
Web site responsibilities included a weekly blog (for 1.5 years) and a weekly Book Club selection of a short story or essay, plus introduction by the author or myself.
Management responsibilities included training of review editors (meaning the editors that handled reviewers) and magazine content and design.
I also designed and created (InDesign) ads for the different services of ForeWord magazine.
Created and maintained spreadsheet for payroll.
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