Erin Hoover has more than ten years of proven experience writing and editing in professional settings. She has been a staff writer, communications director, and literary editor.
++Two years writing magazine feature and advertorial copy; one year as senior staff writer at Rowland Publishing.
++++++Six years managing marketing and PR, three years as communications director at City Harvest. During this time, the organization was awarded the Silver Prize in the New York Times Company’s annual Nonprofit Excellence Awards.
++++Four years on the editorial staff of a national literary journal, the Southeast Review — two years as editor-in-chief.
“Erin is an amazingly creative and thoughtful writer — fashioning new angles on everything from a press release about a corporate partner program to an annual report to talking points for seasonal outreach around the holidays. I would jump at the chance to work with her again any time.”— Robyn Stein, president, RLS Group
In 2011, Erin Hoover co-founded Late Night Library, a nonprofit organization dedicated to sustaining book culture, promoting literature in schools and communities, and supporting a diverse array of writers early in their careers. The organization ended in 2017, but their podcasts are still available. This video documents Late Night Library’s early impact.
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Custom projects: Erin Hoover is available for freelance writing and editing projects. She will gladly price her work on a hourly basis or on a flat-rate, per-project basis, depending on the client’s preference.
Manuscript consultations: Hoover offers editing and consultation for full-length manuscripts and individual creative pieces (poetry, stories, essays) at a flat fee depending on the depth of editing and length of the project.
What are you looking for? Email Erin Hoover at contact [at] erinhooverpoet [dot] com with a description of your project.