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Noah Klein

Noah Klein - Editor

New York City, NY, United States

An award winning writer, and an editor with 7 years experience. Noah Klein attended the Hollins MFA program. He delivers quality work, fast.

Overview

I am an award-winning author, a recent attendee of the fully funded Hollins MFA program, and an editor with seven years experience.

Services
Languages
English (US)
Fiction
Anthologies Christian Cultural & Ethnic Themes Fantasy Historical Fiction Literature Poetry Short Story
Non-Fiction
Art Biographies & Memoirs

Awards

  • Kratz Fellowship for Creative Writing, 2014, Non-fiction
  • Gager Fellowship Hollins University, 2016, Fiction
  • Graduate Assistantship Hollins University, 2016, Fiction
  • Nominated for a Pushcart Prize, Poetry, 2016

Work experience

Fiction Editor

The Missing Slate Literary and Arts Journal
August, 2017 – Present (10 months)

Solicit Spotlight fiction interviews such as Rion Amilcar Scott, author of Insurrections, winner of the 2017 PEN/Robert W. Bingham award for debut fiction, and with whom I recently concluded an interview.

Solicit guest editors such as award-winning author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, who was a guest editor in early 2017.

Read through and reject or accept submissions.

Edit accepted submissions.

Masters of Fine Arts, Fiction

Hollins University
August, 2016 – February, 2017 (6 months)

Assistant to the Editor in Chief

The Missing Slate
May, 2015 – August, 2016 (over 1 year)

Managed and coordinated the international editorial team; screened and hired interns; solicited art and writing; contributed writing (scholarly criticism and articles); and edited submissions.

Ran monthly international editorial meetings/brainstorming sessions. We implemented numerous ideas of mine such as hiring a social media manager, and creating “City Editor” positions.

Managing Editor

Hidden Clearing Books, LLC
April, 2013 – April, 2014 (about 1 year)

Formatter of, copy/line editor of, and a contributor to, Poets' America: a 200 page anthology that identifies and discusses significant issues in American society: classism, racism, sexism.

Managed deadlines and content of the thirteen contributing poets from Washington, D.C, New York, NY, Baltimore, MD, and Edinburgh, Scotland.

Scheduled several book releases and events in Baltimore, D.C., and NYC over the first six months of 2014.

Wrote copy for the Poets’ America Facebook page, and twitter account.

Constructed an inbound, multi-media marketing campaign for Hidden Clearing Books, LLC promoting Poet’s America.

Creative Media Consultant

Greenwich Kenpo
September, 2017 – Present (9 months)

Brainstorm innovative, multi-faceted marketing strategies through creative storytelling.

Investigate different modes of create collaborations and storytelling to create a multidimensional “brand mythos” (something more extensive, dynamic, and engaging than a “brand voice”).

Contributing Editor

The Missing Slate
August, 2016 – August, 2017 (about 1 year)

Contributed Spotlight Interviews, including Rion Amilcar Scott, author of Insurrections and winner of the PEN/Robert W. Bingham Debut Fiction award; contributed articles; solicited articles and guest editors for the fiction and poetry sections.

Assistant Poetry Editor

The Hollins Critic, The Jackson Center for Creative Writing
August, 2016 – February, 2017 (6 months)

Articles Editor

The Missing Slate
May, 2015 – May, 2016 (about 1 year)

Managed submissions and edited non-fiction pieces, academic articles, and creative non-fiction pieces for the magazine.

Portfolio (1 selected work)

Poets' America

Noah Klein, Najah Schorre Bayyan, Adam Black, Fire Angelou, Danielle Evennou, A. J. Hayes, Slangston Hughes, Peter Krause, Jesus Papoleto Melendez, L. Douglas St. Ours, Jonathan B. Tucker, Ron Williams, Brother Yao, Hoke S. Glover III, Nakia Brown, Victor Rodgers

Poets' America is an anthology of poems by thirteen poets of diverse races, genders, sexualities and classes from Baltimore, MD; Washington, D.C.; New York, NY and Edinburgh, Scotland who reflect on politics during President Barack Obama's second inauguration. In the anthology, the authors become 'inaugural poets' as they critique important socio-political issues within contemporary society. T... read more

Poets' America is an anthology of poems by thirteen poets of diverse races, genders, sexualities and classes from Baltimore, MD; Washington, D.C.; New York, NY and Edinburgh, Scotland who reflect on politics during President Barack Obama's second inauguration. In the anthology, the authors become 'inaugural poets' as they critique important socio-political issues within contemporary society. T... read more

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