Editorial Bibliography

Publisher and Editor:

  •  The Doghead: Book One, 2015
  •  The Doghead: Book Two, 2016

Assistant Editor at Lion Forge Comics:

  • Accell #9-12, 2018
  • Accell: Volume 2, Pop Quiz, 2018
  • Encounter #2, 2018
  • Summit #6, 2018
  • Wrapped Up #6, 2018

Previous Experience

Lion Forge Comics, Editorial Assistant, December 2017 – April 2018

  • Prepared acquisitions memos, researching comp titles
  • First read on pitches and submissions, preparing summaries and reports
  • Maintained editorial schedules and checked in with talent on deadlines
  • Wrote descriptive copy for titles and created and maintained metadata records in Firebrand
  • Took notes at meetings
  • Worked with managing editors to make sure proper approvals are solicited on all OGN covers and interiors
  • Research talent and helped maintain talent database
  • Reviewed proofs and checked changes against previous rounds
  • Review marketing material 
  • Brought and prepared projects to acquisitions
  • Scouted new talent and kept on top of industry trends

Williams Lea Tag, operating for Squire Patton Boggs
Reprographics Associate, March 2017 – August 2017

  • Operated production printers, copiers, and finishing equipment
  • File preparation using Microsoft Suite
  • Managed job queues
  • Handled sensitive, confidential documents
    Later responsibilities included:
  • Organized and operated the Records Department
  • Created new files, following established procedures
  • Data entry into records management database
  • Prepared records for off-site storage as necessary
  • Located and retrieved files at client request
  • Provided a high level of customer service and responded to all customer requests within the established standard time frame
  • Searched through old metadata records to locate missing files
  • Updated old files to new filing system standards where appropriate
  • Liaised with offsite storage vendors when needed

Project Sleeve, Owner, micropublisher, September 2012 – December 2017

  • Scouted upcoming talent and kept on top of industry trends
  • Drafted legal contracts involving IP, publishing rights, and royalties
  • Edited and managed schedules for multiple creative projects
  • Developed stories alongside talent to tell an engaging story expressed in their individual voice
  • Created and prepared marketing materials
  • Researched local markets
  • Managed social media and marketing email campaigns
  • Oversaw and managed company budget
  • Attended and represented company at industry events
  • Solicited sales at convention events
  • Solicited sales from local retailers
  • Worked with local charity and retailer to create fundraising event
  • Worked with retailers to hold book release day events
  • Reviewed proofs and ensured product quality


Seton Home Study School, Graduated: January 26, 2012, GPA: 3.721

Johnson County Community College, 20 Credit Hours, President’s Honor Roll Fall 2013, Sunflower Grant Recipient, Member of Phi Theta Kappa, GPA: 3.50

Participant of Representation Matters Mentorship Program