In 2013, I received my undergraduate degree in English (Creative Writing) from William Jessup University, where I worked for four years between the Library and Writing Center. I also served as Poetry Editor for the university’s literary journal, Metonym. In August 2016, I started an online Master’s in Professional Writing program through New England College in New Hampshire. My full resume can be found here.
In February 2015, I self-published a travel memoir, Addison’s Walk, through Amazon Createspace. Besides that, I have had the honor of being published on the following websites:
- “Ghost of a King Tour” on The Rabbit Room
- “Meet the Gray Havens” on The Rabbit Room
- “Interview with Eric Peters” on The Rabbit Room
- “A Dream Within” on The Deeply, Co.
- “Catharsis” in Metonym Literary Journal
- “An Affair at Lombard” in Metonym Literary Journal
- “The Art of Breathing” on Creative Holistic Home
- “The Color Pink: On Chronic Blushing & Hyperactive Sympathetic Nervous Systems” on Medium
- “Bailey’s Five Things That Look Better Than They Taste” on The 5ive Blog
- “My Love Has Gone Across the Sea” on The Wingfeather Saga
- “Three Prim Roses” in The Falcon Scratch
- Co-developing and teaching William Jessup University’s annual Writing Boot Camp with Vicki Quirarte, Director of Writing and Professor of English. Summer 2015 & 2016.
- Presenting a workshop, “Authorizing Tutors through Embedded Experiences and Collaborative Partnerships,” along with Vicki Quirarte and Briana Kwiatek, at the Northern California Writing Centers Association’s annual conference at Fresno State, CA.
- Working as Promotions Intern for The Gray Havens, a Nashville-based narrative pop/folk duo.
- Developing and teaching an independent Travel Writing class online, as well as onsite for Sierra College Community Education.
- Providing online editorial assistance to an Ed.D. and a Ph.D. student.
Addison’s Walk: An English Major’s Travel Journal
Dr. John Jackson, President of William Jessup University, Ph.D.
Vicki Quirarte, Director of WJU Writing Program and Professor of English, M.A.
Andre Mendoza, Director of WJU Academic Support, Ed.D. candidate