Strengthen Your Writing, Reach Your Goals
WHAT I DO
When you work with me, we work together to help you achieve your goals and strengthen your writing, whether it’s for work, school, a personal blog, job or grad school applications, or anything else. I believe that the process is just as important as the product, and will work with you to help you not only produce a better piece of writing this time, but to become a better writer for the future. Not sure where your issue is but know you’re stuck? No worries — I’ll help you tease it out.
WHY I'M PASSIONATE
I hold an MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics from Naropa University, where I worked for two years as a Writing Fellow in the Naropa Writing Center, consulting Naropa students, faculty, staff, and alumni on any and all writing needs. I also served one year as Head Writing Fellow, helping to oversee the NWC program and implementing best practices in the field of writing tutoring. I currently teach first year writing at Carnegie Mellon University, with a particular specialty in teaching the process of planning, researching, writing, and revising research papers.
HOW I WORK
I work with clients collaboratively to help them achieve their goals and strengthen their writing, whether it’s for work, school, a personal blog, job or grad school applications, or anything else. I take a holistic approach to writing, and offer creative solutions for common challenges including grammar errors, writer’s block, and brainstorming & draft planning. Whatever your writing challenge, I’m here to help you through it without judgment or pressure.
Graduate School Applicants
Past clients have successfully gotten into programs from business to counseling to user experience and nursing.
I've helped undergraduates with term papers and graduate students with theses in diverse fields like psychology and religion
Many of my creative writing clients, in poetry, prose, and hybrid genres, have gone on to publish their manuscripts.
"We know how to quest. We know how to ask. If we can find our questions and our desire, that’s what I teach, the art of desiring."