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Check out my creds: Education Master of Fine Arts/Creative Writing Sierra Nevada College, In progress
Master of Arts Degree in English Professional Certificate in Writing and Teaching California State University, Fullerton, May 2013
Bachelor of Arts Degree in English California State University, Fullerton, August 2008
Instructor College of Southern Nevada
Journalism II (School Newspaper Adviser, creating and managing tangible paper editions/Started and managed online edition)
Publications I, Publications II (Yearbook Adviser)
Writing for Proficiencies
Guidance Theatre I
Title in progress: Reworked multiple drafts, developed sections and subsections, copy edited, etc., worked one-on-one with author for publication of this guide to writing flash fiction. Approximately 160 pages.
Editor Working one-on-one with authors to help them better develop, polish, and copy edit their stories and schedule them for publication.
Helen Literary Magazine
DASH Literary Journal
Served on Fiction Editorial Committee
Created and maintained a database for the pieces our committee was given to read/review
Read/reviewed/discussed over 100 pieces of fiction submitted for the journal
Served on the Contest & Subscription Business Committee
Created and maintained a database for over 300 submissions received for DASH poetry contest
Read submissions for the DASH Off contest, read/reviewed/discussed
ACACIA Graduate Conference California State University, Fullerton, March 2013
Presented “Why I Am Jamie Lee Curtis”
Pop Culture Association/American Culture Association Southwest Regional Conference 2014 Albuquerque, NM, February 2014
“Zombies, Xenophobia, and the Never Ending Battle with The Other”
Pop Culture Association/American Culture Association National Conference 2014 Chicago, IL, April 2014
“Why I Am Jamie Lee Curtis”
PAMLA 112th Annual Conference Riverside, CA, November 2014
“ParaNormative: Pressures on Sexuality Within Society in ‘ParaNorman’”
Flash Fiction Magazine (flashfictionmagazine.com), September 10, 2015 “Explaining Infidelity to a Four Year Old”
Postcard Shorts (Postcardshorts.com), October 2016 “Cork Art”
Flash Fiction Magazine (flashfictionmagazine.com), December, 2016 “The Old Lady Makes a Break for It”
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