I am an author and former college teacher and currently work as a freelance writer and editor. I recently copy edited a book about the wives and caretakers of wounded warriors. Additionally, my novel, Finding Bluefield, is from the POV of two women.
My own author interviews and essays on a variety of topics currently appear in the Huffington Post, and have aired on public radio and appeared online and in newspapers. Links to my work provided below.
I have created and edited content to promote the day-to-day accomplishments that successful institutions are anchored by, as well those bold and decisive actions that establish an institution’s greatness. I was the writer for the president of Wesleyan University and a writer for Clark University.
Elan’s new novel, No Small Wonder, is in search of an agent. NO SMALL WONDER, set in New York City against a background of the late 1960’s, is narrated by Zach, a first generation US, son of holocaust survivors, as he navigates high school, the war in Vietnam, and finding an escape route for when the US starts rounding up its Jews.