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I am Reggie, a small human who is making their way around the world, learning new things, and writing about most of them. Currently based in Vancouver, but I have lived across much of Ireland, in Wellington and various small towns across New Zealand, Edinburgh in Scotland, London and Bristol in England, Budapest in Hungary, and in Sydney and across NSW in Australia. I am currently learning Spanish in anticipation of my next move to Argentina. I am particularly good at comic writing as I spend a lot of time performing and watching comedy. I have a love of silliness that is hard to match. Of course, much of my academic studies and work has not called for that, and I have good experience in using my skills for formal or authoritative pieces. I love to mix these together to write engaging, light but informative pieces, as per my writing samples, accepted to the website Listverse. I am rather new to the world of professional writing and am excited to get started and develop my portfolio further with you. Finally, other hobbies and keen interests include art (I am a painter), reading (to be expected), improvisational theatre, psychology (my undergrad), astronomy and environmentalism.
Sandra holds a degree in psychology and a minor in political science from the University of Houston. As a contributor and on-air talent expert for StudioD, her work has appeared on websites such as Livestrong, eHow, Global Post, Modern Mom, and The Classroom. She has a rich, diverse background working in the mental health and teaching fields. She is also a screenwriter, actor, and former corporate language trainer. Her screenplay, “Hyde Park,” received an honorable mention in the Fort Bend Writer's Guild First Ten Screenplay and Novel Competition. In 2009, Sandra was awarded a poetry fellowship from the Vermont Studio Center, and her short story, “Running on Fumes in 1999,” was published by Crack the Spine Literary Magazine in May 2014. She was a quarter-finalist and semi-finalist for the 2016 Mary Ballard Poetry Prize. Additionally, Sandra's feature script “Article V” was an official selection of the 2015 Oaxaca Film Festival.
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Nicole Danielle Martensen is an applied anthropologist and archaeologist. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Humboldt State University in May 2014. Nicole has worked as an archaeologist for the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, and as a Research Assistant at the Stanford Archaeology Center. She is currently working as a freelance transcriptionist and concluding her Master’s Degree in Applied Anthropology at Humboldt State University.
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