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VALERIE SULLIVAN LOSS holds an M.F.A. in Writing from Vanderbilt University, where she was the recipient of a University Fellowship and merit-based Full Tuition Scholarship.  At Vanderbilt, Valerie taught an undergraduate class in fiction writing (English 122) and worked as a Graduate Writing Consultant to undergraduates, master’s degree candidates, and doctoral students. She received her B.A. in English from Tufts University, where she worked as a Writing Fellow and served as Executive Business Director of the student newspaper. She also holds a Certificate of Advanced Study in Political and Public Affairs Reporting from Boston University.

As a former college instructor, writing consultant to PhD candidates, literacy tutor for elementary schoolers, substitute teacher for middle and high schoolers, and account manager for a B2B media intelligence firm, Valerie has experience working with clients of all ages and skill levels while addressing a variety of needs.

Valerie has lived in New York, Massachusetts, Illinois, Tennessee, the District of Columbia, and France. She is currently settled in Southern California, and welcomes both local and long-distance assignments.

FOR THE LOVE OF LINGUISTICS takes a comprehensive approach to editing to ensure that your work is polished to perfection. Communicating your message is about more than writing words on a page.  Polished writing is a complex feat that requires skill and precision. Good writing takes into account form, meaning, and context, as well as your goals and intended audience.

Reading and writing skills are linked to success in all aspects of life. Take control of your future — or your child’s future — by contacting me today

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