Linda G Hatton, managing editor

Although Linda G Hatton graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts with a degree in acting, she has been drawn to writing and art, including watercolor painting and jewelry, hat, and handbag design, as far back as she can remember. As a theater producer, her credits include her original plays and adaptations performed at Seattle’s Annex Theatre and West Hollywood’s Black Box Theatre, as well as acting in plays she produced at Seattle's Freehold Theatre and NYU's Black Box Theatre, among others. She is a founding member of the writing community, Wordsmith Studio, and began Mouse Tales Press in 2010, naming the website “Mouse” in honor of her deceased father’s childhood nickname for her. When she isn’t busy reading through submissions or updating the website, she spends her days writing— poetry, novels, screenplays, web codes, or notes to her children. Otherwise she gets a little cranky.

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Erica Ellis, copyeditor

Erica is a freelance editor and the owner of Ink Deep Editing. She offers line editing/copy editing in a variety of fiction genres and loves working with independent authors to help them bring their stories to the world. She holds a Copy Editing Certification from the University of California San Diego, as well as training from the Editorial Freelancers Association and Mediabistro.

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Carrie Wicks, proofreader

After graduating with an English degree from the University of Vermont, Carrie Wicks acquired her first job as a third-shift proofreader in St. Paul. For nearly eight years she worked on art books as the in-house proofreader and editorial assistant at Marquand Books in Seattle. Since 2008 she’s been a full-time freelancer, proofreading/copyediting for graphic design firms, agencies, and publishers, as well as for independent authors of both fiction and nonfiction. She has assisted in the editorial production of various literary magazines along her cross-country travels, and dabbles at the junction of poetry and songwriting.


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