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    • Creative Business
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Literary Arts - Non-Fiction

    Editing, writing, and formatting for printed documents. Individual lessons to help make computing easy.

    • Creative Business
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Literary Arts - Non-Fiction

    Writer of news stories, features and scripts.

    • Creative Business
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Literary Arts - Non-Fiction

    Researching history of Merrill, Smyrna, Oakfield, Dyer Brook, Island Falls, Crystal, Hersey, Moro. 'Up the line on B. & A.R.R., Oxbow, Ludlow, New Limerick and Ku Klux Klan. Have over 30 albums of history, maps, cemetery records, census and pictures.

    • Creative Business
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Literary Arts - Non-Fiction

    Joan Lee Hunter has been a witing coach and workshop leader for 12 years. Originally trained as a teacher of Propriodeptive Writing, she has developed her own technique for helping beginners gain confidence in their expressive abilityand seasoned writers find new entry points for their material.

    • Creative Business
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Literary Arts - Non-Fiction

    Archaeologist. Has directed archaeological projects in New England, Central America and Texas. Research Associate at the New England Archaeology Institute and at the R. S. Peabody Foundation for Archaeology in Andover, MA. Specialist in stone tool technology.

    • Creative Business
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Literary Arts - Non-Fiction

    Lecturer; technical writer; educator; counselor; computer applications tester; minister.

    • Creative Business
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Literary Arts - Non-Fiction

    Interest in geneaolgy serving as State historian for Mayflower Descendant Society and Registrar for Pilgrim John Howland Society

    • Artist
    Connecticut
    Primary Discipline: 
    Literary Arts - Non-Fiction
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artist (Individual)

    Julia Pistell is a writer living in Hartford, CT. Julia has her MFA in Nonfiction from the Bennington Writing Seminars, where she studied under the excellent tutelage of Bernard Cooper, Susan Cheever, Philip Lopate, Tom Bissell, and Wyatt Mason.

    • Creative Business
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Literary Arts - Non-Fiction

    Cookbook author and editor; contributing editor and writer to many magazines and newspapers; food reporter on various radio shows and stations.

    • Artist
    Vermont
    Primary Discipline: 
    Literary Arts - Non-Fiction
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artist (Individual)

    I'm lifelong educator, currently working on my third memoir (after shelving the first two.) I'm passionate about helping others place themselves in the story of their lives, leading in-person and online writing workshops through chakras in addition to retreats and classes.

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