Emily got her start writing film, literature, and theater reviews, as well as creative nonfiction, but has since branched out into journalistic pieces, informational blog posts, and marketing writing. A selection of writing samples can be found below.
As long as Emily understands the desired goals and audience for a piece of writing, she can conduct the conduct appropriate research, and craft the proper voice and tone for the work.
Emily enjoys writing about:
Fashion (with an emphasis of secondhand/upcycling)
Home Decor/Interior Design
Products (a wide range)
Services Provided/Business Promotion
Emily attended Susquehanna university in Selinsgrove, PA. She studied English, classics, philosophy, and women's studies. She also edited the undergraduate literary magazine.
Emily earned a master's degree. She focused on film studies, rhetoric and composition, and African American literature.
Emily earned a master's degree. She focused on women in Victorian literature and general feminist theory.
Emily earned a doctorate degree. She focused on American literature, black diasporic literature, and speculative fiction.
In her previous career, Emily was an educator with 18 years of teaching experience, and has produced reams of educational content: assignments, proposals, assessments, long and short-range plans, curriculum, syllabi, synopses, etc.
Emily has written blogs and articles reviewing film, theater, and literature.
Emily has an advanced degree in women's studies, and almost everything she writes is filtered through the lens of gender equity. While she can turn it off when she is required to do so, writing from and about women's perspectives is definitely one of her default modes.
Emily has written essays and fiction on food preparation, food as a community builder, and the politics of food. She is open to writing about general cooking, cooking with kids, dining out, growing vegetables/fruits, and product descriptions.
Emily has written somewhat extensively about both cooking and the politics of food. She is open to writing about cooking, dining out, chef culture, and product reviews.
Most of Emily's writing on science has been in the form of academic papers, but she is interested in doing more science writing for the general public. Topics of interest include environmental science, zoology, psychology, and medicine/healthcare.
Emily has written on food, outdoor activities, tiny houses, online education classes, theater, and film. She is interested in branching out into health, wellness, travel, and outdoor adventure.
Emily has authored blog posts on playground safety and also living in tiny houses with kids, and she is interested in doing more writing on parenting and family life. She is well-read on the topic of parenting.
Emily has written about business leadership training tools and also architecture.
Emily has written about orthopedic urgent care practices.
Emily has written about the tiny house movement, and would like to write more about this topic, but also on other forms of green living.
Emily has written blog posts about tiny houses, and she is interested in writing more about green products and/or lifestyle choices.
Emily has written several blog posts on children's health and wellbeing.
Emily has written an article on winter hiking, and would like to write more in this vein.
Emily has written essays about the politics of food and healthy eating habits. She is open to writing about cooking, dining out, and product reviews.
Emily has written fairly extensively about living in a tiny house with a family, and would like to write more about managing family dynamics. She is well-read and up-to-date on current parenting philosophies and techniques.
Emily has not done much professional writing about travel, but she would like to break into this topic. As an educator for 18 years, she planned several student trips, both nationally and abroad, and has experience conducting extensive travel research, and also with working with people in the travel industry.
Emily has not written extensively for any nonprofits, but is open to writing for these organizations.
Emily has not written extensively about hobbies, other than hiking, but she is interested in doing so. She is particularly interested in writing about both indoor and outdoor activities to do with children.
Emily has not written extensively about fashion, but is interested in doing so. She is particularly interested in writing about children's fashion and upcycled/repurposed fashion.
Emily has experience crafting and sending emails to many different audiences: clients, peers, managers, etc.
Emily has written Facebook posts for clients in healthcare, business training solutions, online education classes, and also in promoting her blog.
Emily has written articles on everything ranging from environmental trends, outdoor hobbies, virtual education, healthcare, family life, film, theater, and literature.
Emily has written blogs about many topics: workplace performance solutions, outdoor hobbies, green living, children's health, and virtual education, to name just a few.
Emily has written these to promote healthcare options and also business teamwork solutions.
Emily wrote a short video clip for a workplace solutions training video. She has also edited scripts for countless student filmmakers.