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Alia V
Writer #50143
Montgomery Village, MD
NEW 6/8/2020
4 Star Rating
102 Projects
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0 Elite Skills
Alia has published poetry and prose in literary journals and magazines in print and online. Her work has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net.
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Specialties

Poetry, fiction, non-fiction, articles, speeches, blogs, short stories, grants, press releases, and more. Alia is a versatile writer with experience rooted in creative writing which translates to proficiency in mechanics, craft, and client needs for all professional and creative projects.

Interests

Creative writing in all forms, reading, researching, education, publishing, visiting the library, and collecting books.

Education

Southern New Hampshire University

Alia is returning to school in August 2020 to complete her Bachelor's in Creative Writing & English at Southern New Hampshire University. Alia aspires to pursue her Master's and PhD afterward.

Columbia College Chicago

Candidate, BA, in creative writing with a concentration in poetry.

The Library of Congress

Completed the Library of Congress Career Development program to enhance professional development, leadership skills, writing skills, knowledge of the Library's service units, and knowledge of major programs and initiatives.

College of DuPage

Completed the Library and Information Technology program at the College of DuPage and received the Library Technical Assistant Certificate (2012-2014).

Publishing

50 Projects Completed

Published approximately 50 poems and pieces of prose in literary journals and magazines.

Other

50 Projects Completed

Published dozens of creative writing pieces consistently over the past few years. Alia Hussain Vancrown is currently working on her first book to launch her career as a creative writer.

Speech

1 Projects Completed

Wrote 8-minute speech for the Library of Congress Career Development Program graduation ceremony.

Presentation

1 Projects Completed

Presented written speech for the Library of Congress Career Development Program graduation ceremony.

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