This page has bios of the mysterious people who write for Magnificent Nose. Click on their names to read their articles.
If you’re looking to become one of our writers, perhaps you’d be so kind as to fill out our writer’s application? It’s cleverly written, and all we need is a few words about you and a writing sample. We consider all submissions carefully, and we’d love to hear from you.
Leanne Yong is an aspiring author and a well-established geek who loves all things fantastical and technological. She primarily reads and writes young adult novels, and does not intend to grow up any time soon.
You can follow her on her blog Clouded Memories.
Neil Fein is a freelance editor who believes that editors should do as little as possible, and the author’s judgement is to be deferred to. (Except when they’re wrong.) Here’s his editing website and his profile on LinkedIn.
Sara Goas is a writer and educator, and graced this site with weekly column that was generally about teaching, writing, and teaching writing.
She is a graduate of Lycoming College, and she specializes in creating content for the web. Her site saragoas.com has more examples of her work.
Ceil Kessler writes our weekly dose of fun, “Ask Ceil”. She has been writing since she was a small child, at first in kindergarten with crayons, moving to pencils in first grade, and pens shortly thereafter. She was introduced to the computer later in life, and immediately stopped writing and began to surf the internet. Years later, she realized that you could also write stuff on a computer, and that’s where we are today.
Follow her on Twitter at @ceilck.
- Ceil has taken a break from writing her column here to work on other projects, but still contributes the occasional guest column or story.