Tricia Louvar is an American independent writer and book editor. She also dabbles in the visual arts, primarily in mixed media and photography.
Trish has worked in publishing for the last 16 years, providing clients with fresh content and solid editorial decisions. Publishing credits include: "The Best of the Web 2009" (Dzanc Books), "Hanging by Threads" (Midwest Literary Magazine/Quiet Press), American Cinematographer Magazine, Bark Magazine, Bedford/St. Martin's, Brevity: A Journal of Concise Literary Nonfiction, Bound Off, Burner Magazine (Toronto, Canada), BURST, Calyx: A Journal of Art and Literature, Cengage, Cerise Press, Cherbo Publishing, CitySearch, Corwin Press, Creative Teaching Press, Daily Palette, decomP: a literary magazine, Desert News, Drummond Publishing, Dzanc Books, Elsevier, Glencoe, Harcourt, Jackson Hole Review, J.D. Powers and Associates, Literary Mama, Los Angeles Times, Marco Polo Arts Magazine, McGraw-Hill, Midwest Literary Magazine/Quiet Press, Morning Call, Newsday, Orion Online, Orlando Sentinel, Price the Spindle, SAGE Publications, Salt Lake Magazine, SmokeLong Quarterly, Superstition Review, Red Fez, Rockaway Artists Alliance, Routledge, Thomson, Trade Press Services, Vagabondish.com, Vestal Review, Wadsworth, Wildlfe Art Magazine, Wolters Kluwer, Word Riot, Working World Magazine, XCP: Streetnotes, Zyzzyva
Key skills: writing, ghostwriting, editing (books and eBooks), content development, idea generator, author management/relations, project management, organizational/structural development of large book projects with ancillary markets, analyzing marketplace trends, writing SEO for Web presence....
She resides and roams in the West for big timber, large boulders, vast mountains, alpine lakes, and twisty trails.