These are the people who make 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.
Neil Fein, Managing Editor.
Neil is the site’s founder. He’s a freelance editor who believes that editors exist to keep writers writing, and also to help writers make their books better but still theirs. Here’s his editing website. He’s also a guitarist and songwriter.
Neil on Twitter at @neilfein
Neil on Goodreads.
Kathleen Ronan, Assistant Editor.
A writer and editor, Kathleen is a specialist in meditation for medical applications, a harpist, a bookworm, and a renaissance woman.
Follow Kathleen on Twitter at @ChinaKatWrites.
Leanne 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.
Christopher Exantus, reviewer.
Christopher is a young, dashing 23 year-old with hopes of making it big–or just enough to make some cash. Realizing that working at a dead-end job would be career suicide, Chris mercilessly banged his head upon his laptop computer and regularly pumps out personal reviews on film, pop-culture, and whatever else happens to catch his attention at the moment. Currently, his life goal is to become a fancy hipster living in a big, stupid hipsterish apartment in the city–and it will be awesome.
Steven E. Athay is an aspiring story designer and connoisseur of all things awesome.
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 what she does today.
She also spends much of her time with demented people, both diagnosed and un-diagnosed. (If you want a real sense of insanity, put a writer in a room with a dementia patient for a year.)
Follow her on Twitter at @ceilck.
Sara Goas is a writer and educator, and graced this site with weekly column that was generally about teaching, writing, and teaching writing.
Sara 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.