Today’s Intern Update features Colleen Stinchcombe, Superstition Review’s Twitter Editor for Issue 11.
With a BA in Creative Writing Fiction, she is now self employed as a Freelance Writer and Editor. Her work has appeared in Outside, GQ, REI Co-op Journal, SELF, Shape, Redbook, Woman’s Day, Brit+Co, SheKnows, Asparagus, Green Living AZ and more.
We are so proud of you Colleen!
If you’d like to learn more, you can visit Colleen’s LinkedIn here.
Today’s Intern Update features Elizabeth Sheets, the Blogger of Issue 12 of Superstition Review. She was also the Content Coordinator for Issues 13 and 14.
With a BA in English Creative Writing from ASU, Elizabeth now works within the university as an Editorial Assistant in ASU’s Biodesign Institute. Here she manages incoming manuscripts for the Associate Editor of Journal of Proteome Research. She also invites subject matter experts to review, track manuscripts through the review process, and communicate with authors regarding editorial decisions.
She has also works as a Freelance Copy Editor for many types of media including web content, blog posts, fiction and non fiction manuscripts, and business documentation.
We are so proud of you Elizabeth!
If you’d like to learn more, you can visit Elizabeth’s LinkedIn here.
Today’s Intern Update features Kevin Hanlon, an intern who was the Fiction Editor for Issues 12 and 13.
With a BA in English, Creative Writing and a Doctor of Law JD, Kevin began working as a proofreader for RR Donnelley last year. Kevin is also working as a Writer for Java Magazine, an in-depth tech journal with bi-monthly issues on the language and platform.
We are so proud of you Kevin!
If you’d like, you can learn more by visiting Kevin’s LinkedIn here.
Today’s Intern Update features David Klose, the student editor-in-chief of Issue 16 of Superstition Review. He was also a blogger for Issue 13, the nonfiction editor for Issue 14, and the content coordinator for Issue 15.
With a BA in English Language and Literature/Letters, David began working as a Freelance Writer for Codeless within the past month.
He has also worked as a Content Manager and Corporate Trainer for Amerisleep, where he produced original content, edited content, managed a team of content writers (in-house and freelance) published content on WordPress and worked to improve on-page SEO through various industry best practices.
We are so proud of you David!
If you’d like to learn more, you can visit David’s LinkedIn here.
Ljubo is a Phoenix native who received his BA in English Literature from ASU. He married a fellow ASU graduate (Sydney Popovich) and now lives in Denver. After discovering a shared interest in writing, they began collaborating on short stories. Their science fiction and fantasy were accepted by several literary magazines and their first science fiction novel was serialized by Bewildering Stories in 2019. It is called Echoes from Dust.
A second novel, Undertones, a comedic noir about an anthropomorphic jazz band, was published on January 2, 2020, featuring a cover design by the co-author, Syd.
Aside from writing and raising a very needy cat, they frequently travel to Montenegro to visit family, and learn everything they can from literature, art and film. They couldn’t have asked for better writing (and life) partners, and will continue publishing under their nom de plume, L. S. Popovich.
Ljubo loves networking with other writers and readers and can be found on Goodreads. You can read excerpts, poems and stories on LSPopovich.com
Today’s Intern Update features Natalie Volin, a Content Coordinator from Issue 17 of Superstition Review.
With a BS in Technical Communication as well as a minor in Spanish and a certificate in publishing, Natalie was recently promoted to be an Operations Manager at the Baby Bathwater Institute, a network of entrepreneurs.
Natalie was also a co-founder of the Iron City magazine, an online and print journal that publishes work from incarcerated writers and artists to highlight and find value in their stories to pave the way for understanding and transformation.
We are so proud of you Natalie!
If you’d like to learn more, you can visit Natalie’s LinkedIn profile here.
Today’s Intern Update features Emily Holloway, an intern who worked on Superstition Review’s Pinterest and Tumblr during Issue 17’s run.
With a BA in English, Emily has been working as a copywriter for RevolutionParts Inc. since last year. There, she works with the in-house marketing team to produce content and copy for company’s personal use as needed: case studies, e-Books, blog posts, articles, infographics, etc. in the hopes to generate leads.
Emily has also worked as a Web Content Writer for United Fray, a Phoenix lifestyle blog, and as an editor for Rinky Dink Press, an independent microzine that specializes in publishing collections of micro poetry (45 words or less).
We are so proud of you Emily!
If you’d like, you can learn more by visiting Emily’s LinkedIn here.
Today’s Intern Update features Jessica Fletcher, the Student Editor-in-Chief of Issue 17 of Superstition Review.
With BAs in both English and Psychology as well as a minor in Family and Human Development and even an MA in Mental Health Counseling, Jessica has been working as a Clinical Therapist for Bayless Integrated Healthcare since last year. There, she provides mental health counseling for all ages in community and integrated healthcare settings.
Jessica has also worked as an MC intern for the City of Tempe Counseling Services, providing individual and couples counseling for all sorts of people, from children to adolescents to adults.
We are so proud of you Jessica!
If you’d like to learn more, you can visit Jessica’s LinkedIn profile here.