Intern Update: Emily Holloway

Today’s Intern Update features Emily Halloway, the Social Media Manager of Issue #17 of Superstition Review.

With a BA in English, Emily currently works as a Copywriter for RevolutionParts Inc. where she has developed 158 Auto brand and model specific SEO pages and works on an ongoing blog project featuring SEO-driven articles.

She is also a self-employed Freelance Writer.

We are so proud of you Emily!

If you’d like to learn more, you can visit Emily’s LinkedIn here.

Intern Update: Rosie Huf

Today’s Intern Update features Rosie Huf, the Interview Editor of Issue 14 of Superstition Review.

With a BA in English Language and Literature, and a MA in Liberal Studies, Nonfiction, Publishing, and Technical Communication, Rosie now works as a UX Writer for State Farm where she aids in customer communication.

She has also previously worked at Cleaver Magazine as an Intern Manager and Senior Editor.

We are so proud of you Rosie!

If you’d like to learn more, you can visit Rosie’s LinkedIn here.

Intern Update: Megan Kizer

Today’s Intern Update features Megan Kizer, who ran the Superstition Review’s Twitter and Tumblr accounts for Issue 14.

With a BA in English Literature and Language, Megan began working as a Content Marketing Manager for WebMD Health Services this March.

She is also still working at Milestone Retirement Communities as a Digital Content Manager as well where she has assisted 90+ retirement communities across the U.S. with digital content marketing initiatives.

We are so proud of you Megan!

To learn more about Megan, visit her LinkedIn profile here.

Intern Update: Leslie Standridge

Today’s Intern Update features Leslie Standridge, the Blog Editor of Issues 16 and 17 of Superstition Review.

With a BA in English Literature, Film and Media Studies, Leslie now works as Publicist at Lavidge.

She has also previously worked at SparkPoint Studio as a publicist where she headed national and local publicity campaigns for authors.

We are so proud of you Leslie!

If you’d like to learn more, you can visit Leslie’s LinkedIn here.

Intern Update: Tonissa Saul

Today’s Intern Update features Tonissa Saul, the Interview Editor of Issues 19 and 20 of Superstition Review.

With a BA in English Language and Literature/Letters as well as an MA in Liberal Studies, Tonissa now works as Managing Editor at Bodega Magazine.

She has also worked as / is working as the Event Coordinator at Knowledge Enterprise where she coordinates, develops strategies, plans, and designs a variety of unique/theme based integrated programs and events.

We are so proud of you Tonissa!

If you’d like to learn more, you can visit Tonissa’s LinkedIn here.

Intern Update: Nichol Brown

Today’s Intern Update features Nichol Brown, the Student Editor-in-Chief of Issue 20 of Superstition Review. She was also the Blog Editor of Issue 19.

With an MA in English Literature, Nichol began working as a Teaching Assistant for Fullbright Association in Germany this past September.

She has also previously worked as a Graduate Writing Consultant at ASU, helping students in all stages of their writing process.

We are so proud of you Nichol!

If you’d like to learn more, you can visit Nichol’s LinkedIn here.

Intern Update: Colleen Stinchcombe

Colleen Stinchcombe

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.

Intern Update: Elizabeth Sheets

Elizabeth Sheets

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.

Or her website here.

Intern Update: Dominique Brigham

Intern Update: Dominique Brigham

Today’s Intern Update features Dominique Brigham, the art editor from Issue 11 of Superstition Review.

With a BA in English Literature, Dominique began working as a Copywriter for Siilo last year, which provides a secure messaging app for medical teams.

She has also worked as a Proofreader for WordFire Press, working on both fiction and nonfiction manuscripts.

We are so proud of you Dominique!

If you’d like, you can learn more by visiting Dominique’s LinkedIn here.

Intern Update: David Klose

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.