PROFESSIONAL WRITING & EDITING

Logo Designs

Logo design for independent literary press, Wick Weald Publishing, LLC. As the press prepares to begin operations in 2021, the logo is currently in use on their website: www.wickweald.com. 

Logo and letterhead design for the 2015 Computers & Writing Conference. This was present on letter head, social media sites, and marketing materials (including conference notepads). 

Edited Works

Applied Pedagogies: Strategies for Online Writing Instruction is a co-edited collection of academic essays, published by Utah State University Press in 2016. In addition to copy editing, layout, data visualizations, formatting, indexing, and citations review, I also authored the introduction, as well as Chapter One of the text (available below). 

The HitchLit Review  ( ISSN 2572-360X) is a biannual literary magazine in its third year of publication. As editor-in-chief, I have copyedited for accuracy, fact-checked nonfiction submissions, administer the website, oversee the Editorial Board.

PDF of the program for the 2015 Computers & Writing Conference. Most of the content was produced and formatted by student interns. Copy editing was performed by the planning committee, including myself as Conference Chair.

Document Design

From 2011 - 2018, as a member of the Executive Committee for the Computers & Writing Graduate Research Network, I served as the website coordinator. In this role, managed the migration of the GRN website from the server at Georgia Southern University to an independent WordPress site. For seven years, I managed the GRN archives, copyedited the program for the annual GRN meeting updated content and wrote the annual call for proposals. This series of PDFs provides a sampling of the annual GRN CFPs, as well as one of the programs that I performed copyediting assistance with. 

Select Academic Writing

Chapter 1: Return to Your Source - Aesthetic Experience in Online Writing Instruction

Applied Pedagogies: Strategies for Online Writing Instruction.

Bridging the Gaps: Multimodal Theme-Sets in the Global Composition Classroom. 

California TESOL Journal (CATESOL), 27(1).

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