Yi Shun Lai is an author, a copy and content writer, an editor, and a writing coach and teacher based out of Southern California. Her debut novel, Not a Self-Help Book: The Misadventures of Marty Wu, was a Semi-Finalist, Thurber Prize for American Humor. Through her own site, The Good Dirt, she chronicles her day-to-day writing life, and has recently been live-blogging her thoughts and experiences reading through Jane Friedman’s book The Business of Being a Writer.
In addition to her writing work, she teaches at various colleges and learning events throughout the United States, and works as a writing coach for budding authors and entrepreneurs working on their first books. In her spare professional time, she is the co-owner and editor for the Tahoma Literary Review, which publishes vetted poetry, fiction, and non-fiction submissions three times a year. When she isn’t doing all that work to make the world more creative, she is making it a better place by volunteering with ShelterBox, an organization that provides emergency services and supplies to areas affected by natural disasters or conflict.
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Elisa Doucette is a freelance writer and editor who currently travels the world looking for great stories to live, interesting tales to share, and new ways to make words sexy. She has worked for over a decade creating compelling content and writing for various businesses and publications, including her popular column on Forbes called Shattering Glass. She is the Founder and Executive Editor here at Craft Your Content.