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Eddie G

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Last Login 8/8/2016
Location West Columbia, SC
Education Bachelors Degree
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Summary of Experience
The majority of Eddie's writing talents go toward his growing number of novels, short stories, and poems; he also writes non-fiction essay critiquing films and book reviews for his author page. Professionally, Eddie works as an assistant manager for an AMC movie theater and writes its weekly newsletter.
Specialties
Eddie specializes in writing to inform, criticize, and entertain.
Interests
Eddie's interest focus on the entertainment industries, namely literature, film, and gaming, both the traditional and video varieties.
Education
University of North Carolina Wilmington Sep 2008 – May 2012
Film Studies, Creative Writing, Psychology, Bachelors of Fine Arts

Eddie studied Film Studies with minors in Creative Writing and Psychology.


Projects by Industry
Entertainment

Eddie studied Film Studies at the University of North Carolina in Wilmington; the program combined film critique of both international and historical filmmaking with hands-on production. Using these twin disciplines along with knowledge gained from working on the consumer side of film in a movie theater, Eddie writes comprehensive critiques of film and other art forms from a perspective of critic/creator/consumer.

Projects by Asset Type
Book

Eddie wrote his first novel, Sons of Slaves, over six years, beginning in his second year of college. Taking inspiration from summers spent with his grandfather, Eddie wrote a western focusing on Black characters. Upon completion, Black Rose Writing published the book in May 15, 2015.

Projects by Writing Style
Humorous

As an assistant manager of AMC Dutch Square 14, Eddie writes "The Intermission" a weekly newsletter meant to take information from the corporate office and disseminate it to entry level crew. Eddie decided to write the Intermission in a conversational humorous snarky tone due to the comfortable environment (all members of management including the general manager go by their first names) and the audience consisting of students and young adults.

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