Let's start with the basics
I write poetry and essays, and I conduct interviews.
My poems are published in over thirty magazines and anthologies. These are some of my favorites.
I wish I were a cool person. But I'm a book nerd. Many of the essays I've published are for book people.
They use citations. Forgive me.
“Network Temporality in Percival Everett’s Poetry”
"Retracing the Hype about Hyper into Percival Everett"
African American Review, vol. 52, no. 1, 2019, Johns Hopkins UP
"The Body Out of Place: Reading Percival Everett through Sara Ahmed"
[Inter]sections, vol.19, Bucharest UP, 2016
Everyone likes to talk about themselves. Some do it professionally.
Get a little particular.
I also offer style consultation and peer review.
Sometimes people write books and essays but don't know how to cite or write according to style guides. That's where I come in.
Here are a couple of the books I've edited for style:
Better Living through TV: Contemporary TV and Moral Identity Formation
Understanding Foucault, Understanding Modernism
You know how scholarly journals claim their essays are peer-reviewed? Does anyone know who those reviewers actually are? Hint: it's me. I'm that person.
Here are a couple of the journals I've peer-reviewed:
Orbit: A Journal of American Literature
Here are a couple of my recommendations:
Go hog wild.
I don't just write and edit copy.
I do everything from analyzing the news to creating memorable brands.