The best way to tap into life’s strangeness is by gathering a community of the world’s quirkiest people–writers–and asking them to dig up weirdly interesting stuff.
The result of this mission is Writer’s Revue. Our community of writers curates a diverse collection of publishing news, useful literary tidbits, obscure factoids, and inspirational media aimed at sparking ideas, entertaining, and encouraging aspiring authors.
Ashlynn carries a degree in Professional Writing (Creative Writing minor). In the past she has interned with the Maryland Writers Association, worked as a tour guide at a Native American museum, and scrubbed bodily fluids off desks as an elementary school custodian.
These days she sticks to less messy occupations: running WR, writing a Young Adult WIP, volunteering at the local library, and loving life with her shiny new husband (also known as Mr. Tech Support).
She can be reached at email@example.com, or at YALitChat.
Caitlin has a B.A. in English Literary Studies (and yes, she’s heard that Avenue Q song). She worked on her college’s literary magazine, The York Review, for two years, first as Prose Editor and then as Managing Editor. She was also a contributor. She has had two plays performed in the college’s annual Student One-Acts, and these days she (sort of) maintains two blogs: Get Occupied and Sexed.
Since she’s a grown-up now, she waits tables (in true starving artist fashion), cleans her house, and reads three books a week. She also occasionally works on her own young adult WIP, and every now and then plans a new tattoo that she can’t afford yet (three backlogged so far). The rest of her time is devoted to her tireless quest to make her darling boyfriend read more.
She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In her (limited) free time, she freelances for the music blog Cover Me. She also enjoys concert going, travel, and shopping, often in combination. The highlight of her life thus far has been meeting her musical idol, Carl Barat. This was quickly followed by the lowlight, when she discovered the picture of them together didn’t turn out.