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Ghostwriter for Short Stories - Repost
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Editor/Proofreader for erotica novelette (16,500 words)
“An honest and trustworthy freelancer that was a pleasure to work with.”ElixaEverett 6 years ago
Senior EditorNov 2011
I handle submissions, editing, and communications for this small scale literary publication.
Arts Administration InternMay 2010 - Aug 2010 (3 months)
I did data compilation, research regarding performance venues, and social media updates for this company as an unpaid intern during their summer season.
ReceptionistAug 2005 - Aug 2009 (4 years)
Handled parishioner concerns, answered the phone, and embarked on a large scale data revamping from paper to digital copies of all the records (hand typed).
I tutor in English composition, literature, Spanish, History, and Music in particular at all levels, but I have also worked to tutor in Science and Mathematics through high school.
BA, Theater/ English; Minor- Secondary Education, Honors in Social Science2008 - 2012 (4 years)
Initial Teaching Certificate, NYS (2012)NYSCTE
Bite Me: On the Twilight Effect and Adolescent Female Socio-sexualized Perceptions
This is a study on how young girls understand sexuality through the lens of Meyers' Twilight series.
No Tongue to Talk Nor Hands to Wash: The Violence of Speech in Revenge Tragedy
I wrote this dissertation on revenge tragedy's warping of speech through an observation of three texts in critical context- Middleton's "The Revenger's Tragedy", Shakespeare's "Titus Andronicus" and Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill Volumes 1 and 2". Through an observation of both the Early Modern and the PostModern revenge tragedy, I was able to conclude that speech is ultimately more important than the depicted violence on stage/screen.
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