I work as a full-time editor at a publishing house, and my side gigs include occasionally copy editing for the likes of Princeton University, Letter Machine Editions, and working as a media consultant for the international blog Microeconomic Insights, which consisted of turning academic papers about microeconomics into stories geared toward a more general audience. In 2016 I graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Master of Fine Arts degree in poetry.
In the past, I wrote a monthly food column for Pittsburgh City Paper about how eating healthy is the worst. You can read samples of my food column below:
Living that Single, Sandwich-for-Dinner-Every-Night Lifestyle
Forget Eating Healthy This Valentine’s Day
And if you’re in the mood to read some academic articles, below are some of the stories that I worked on for Microeconomic Insights.
Reducing the Cost of Living: How Global Retailers Improve Household Welfare in Mexico
Hurting or Helping Competition? An Examination of Exclusive Dealing Contracts in the European Automobile Industry
Impact of Incentives on Tax Collectors and Taxpayers
If you’d like to inquire about copy editing rates or just say hey, hi, you can contact me at k [dot] lorraine [dot] andrews [at] gmail [dot] com. Or find me on Instagram @zecatsmeow.