Ted K
Writer #11332
Jamaica Plain, MA
Joined 5/19/2015
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Ted is an award-winning author and former teaching/writing fellow at the Iowa Writers' Workshop. His fiction, journalism, criticism, and poetry have appeared in publications across the country. He is interested in plot-driven literary fiction and non-fiction about crime and tragedy. He has a professional, academic, and editorial background. He also has some interest and expertise in writing assessment tools and their efficacy in writing instruction.
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Ted K's Entertainment Industry Experience

4 Projects Completed

Ted writes book reviews and features for The Boston Globe and for the online arts and entertainment magazine ArtsFuse.org. He also wrote for Boston's Weekly Dig, a weekly arts and entertainment newspaper.

Specialties

Editing novel manuscripts. Ghostwriting. Copy writing.

Interests

Fiction editing. Copy writing.

Education

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Ted graduated with University Honors.

Boston University Creative Writing Program

Boston University's rigorous one-year creative writing program is complemented by an intensive literary analysis component.

Iowa Writers' Workshop - University of Iowa

The Iowa Writers' Workshop was the first graduate writing program in the country. It has been consistently ranked as the top program in a now crowded field. Ted was awarded a prestigious teaching/writing fellowship by the faculty, which means he distinguished himself among his classmates with the quality of his writing.

Business

4 Projects Completed

Ted interviews and crafts language for senior executives for internal corporate documents containing sensitive information.

Entertainment

4 Projects Completed

Ted writes book reviews and features for The Boston Globe and for the online arts and entertainment magazine ArtsFuse.org. He also wrote for Boston's Weekly Dig, a weekly arts and entertainment newspaper.

Education

1 Projects Completed

Ted has taught argumentative writing, research skills, literature courses, and fiction workshops at major universities for seven years. He has designed and sole-taught each course. At Boston University, he was solicited to take part in the Theater Now program, a dynamic, experimental writing and arts initiative at Boston University.

 

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