Little Bluestem Farm
I recently graduated magna cum laude from Millsaps College, a small liberal-arts college in Jackson, MS, where I majored in anthropology and minored and received honors in communications.
Having lived in Mississippi for most of my life, I am looking to relocate. I am interested in jobs pertaining to writing, editing, and marketing.
Little Bluestem Farm
These regular newsletters go out to our subscribers and CSA hosts to keep them abreast of the goings-on at the farm and to share more information about the process of growing flowers.
Articles (Profiles and Features)
Jude Muse climbs the spiral staircase leading from her basement office to the sales floor for one of what will likely be dozens of times in a day. She counted once. By closing, she had made 64 trips. It is a fitting metaphor for Muse's own career.
David Morgan has witnessed an industry in flux. Currently a wall-covering designer with the Carrollton, Ala., based firm Rainbow Creations, Morgan began his art career at a time when India ink and tracing paper were the norm. "Now everything is digital with Photoshop and Illustrator," he says.
My articles for this publication can be found on on pages: 20, 21,
A profile of local artist and entrepreneur, Avery Nejam.
Multi-Media and Multi-genre
For their Christmas outreach, Grace Episcopal Church opens its doors to the Hispanic community in Canton, MS, offering gifts and food in this season of giving. Reverend Beth Foose tells why. by Hannah Saulters Canton: City of Lights In Canton Mississippi, there is a square.
A multi-genre travel writing piece reflecting on a study abroad trip to London. The original piece is an interactive scrapbook that includes photographs and maps from my trip that the reader removes from envelopes and unfolds and engages. Included here are only the written portions of the project, vignettes and prose poetry and correspondence. Enjoy!
"You bid. You buy. You keep." In Anguilla, a small town in Sharkey County Mississippi, there is an auction house. It opens at seven p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights to offer an eclectic assortment of goods to a group of auctioneers and bidders nearly as varied as the items on stage.
Thesis completed in fulfillment of the Millsaps College Honors Program.
"They're more what you call guidelines, than actual rules."- Captain Barbossa
Laney Award winning essay; required reading for incoming freshman class