CLIPS: Below are features from the alumni publication Washington Square Magazine, Perspective design journal, Chicagoplays, The Book: An Actor’s Guide to Chicago, and business marketing materials.
ALSO: I’ve edited Perspective, books, and Reed, the oldest literary magazine west of the Mississippi (breaking submissions records). I’ve also written about sports, careers, politics, LGBT, HIV/AIDS, nutrition, yoga, women and the arts: film, documentaries, indies, television, theater, dance, art, music, books, museums.
OUTLETS: I’ve written for Third Coast Review, EDGE Media Network (as Louise Adams), Chicago Artists Resource, Today’s Chicago Woman, A&U Magazine, Moulinet, The Lark, Rogers Park News, AMPlify, Some Ways to Disappear, Madroad: Breadline Press West Coast Anthology, WNEP, American Blues Theater.
PUBLIC RELATIONS & MARKETING: I’ve written 10,000+ press releases, media advisories and PSAs garnering prominent media coverage for 100+ organizations, artists and festivals, plus seminal series from DC’s WETA TV, the third largest public broadcasting station, including Ken Burns’ The Civil War and In Performance at the White House. I received PBS’s Advertising and Promotion Award for the pregnancy series Nine Months.
EDUCATOR: I’ve lectured about and taught creative writing and critical reading, Shakespeare scholarship and comparative literature, public relations and marketing, at universities, schools and arts institutions.
I’ve interviewed GWAR.
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I’ve read my writing on Chicago Public Radio (listen below), and at Write Club, Show & Tell, Loose Chicks, Found Pussy, Chicago Dramatists’ Scream, and my live lit improv series Kill Your Darlings.
Rufus Thomas and the Funky Chicken:
Sleep and Liam Neeson:
Sister Sledgehammer and Stage Combat: