Camasin is a freelance writer/educator living in Portland, Oregon with her husband and daughter. Currently an English Lit. doctoral candidate and Clark Fellow at Binghamton University, she has an MFA in writing from Columbia University, as well as a BA from Sarah Lawrence College. With a background in academia and publishing, Camasin’s professional scope has included teaching writing and research methods at the university level and working in the editorial departments of such publications as The New Yorker and Narrative Magazine, in addition to her freelance writing. Particular article and copywriting interests include lifestyle, travel, and women's issues. Her work has appeared in Huffington Post, USA Today, FIELD, New England Review, and elsewhere.
She is also interested in yoga, hiking, gardening, nature collecting, and natural history museums.
Expertise in lifestyle content, with a special interest in luxury travel, pop culture, women’s issues, outdoor adventure, health and fitness, interior design, gardening, and motherhood.
Academic research interests include women writers 1790-Present, 20th-century poetry, female “hysteria” in literature, the intersection between poetry and the experience of loss, the 19th and early 20th-century novel, social justice in the arts, and the Romantic and Victorian periods.
More personal interests include yoga, hiking, gardening, interior design, nature collecting, and natural history museums.
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