Deva Jasheway was born to write. She first felt the desire to be a professional writer at the tender age of six, even though she had just begun to reach down to trail a few fingers in the ocean of words. Writing was in her bones, her soul, before she even knew it.
As she grew up, Deva essentially devoured books, and as a result of so much reading became quite skilled at expressing her thoughts, ideas, and imagination in writing. She began a saga-esque story at the age of 10, the writing of which allowed her to practice the craft and hone her skills. By the time she finished high school, her talent was clearly evident. In 2005, she entered enrollment at Bennington College, where she studied literature, philosophy, psychology, and numerous other subjects. She received a B.A. in Literature in 2009.
Since graduating, she has moved to California’s Bay Area, moved back to New England, and finally moved to Boston, where she is currently working as a copyeditor for a small academic press. She would love to find full-time and/or freelance employment as a writer and editor, or anything else requiring language skills and creativity.
If you would like to contact me (Deva), you can send me an email at the address devawriting at gmail.com. Please write something in the subject line that will indicate that your message is not spam.
About This Blog
All content of this blog is original and belongs to me, unless specifically stated otherwise, and should not be reproduced in part or whole without permission. Linking back to the site is fine, though, and encouraged.
Creative Writing: flash/micro/nanofiction, stories in progress, poems, ideas/summaries.
Traditional Blog Posts: mostly, thoughts about writing, thoughts on works previously posted.
Reviews/Recommendations: Books I am currently reading, books written by people I know, anything I believe is worth reading, or any story I find in any context that seems worth relating to blog readers.
In the Blogosphere since
June 7, 2010
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