Jessica liddy

Jessica Liddy

Writer & Editor

Location icon United States

From my experiences as a literary editor for Clark College’s Phoenix, a reviewer for University of Washington’s Bricolage, and an editorial intern for the SecretDiaries Project, I have kindled a desire to start a career in editorial content management and strategy. My past editorial roles have sparked my interest in creative publications, while my time as a past participant and volunteer in FIRST Robotics has prompted my interest in more technical, scientific, and STEM-driven communications.


Editorial Projects

Creative Nonfiction & Poetry Editor, Vol. 36

I was both the Creative Nonfiction and Poetry Editor of Phoenix (Vol. 36), Clark College's annual art and literary journal. After being published in 2016, this volume of Phoenix became one of the highest awarded journals Clark College has ever produced.

SecretDiaries Project (unpublished)
Editorial Intern

The SecretDiaries Project seeks to publish the journals of Robert McCallum, a distinguished builder, social figure, and world traveler of the late Victorian and early Edwardian periods. During my internship, I researched McCallum's 1933 diaries to write an introduction and footnotes to engage readers in the historical content of his daily life.

Copy/Content Writing

Online Product Copywriting

Examples of my product copywriting for an online store, comprised of product descriptions and brand summaries. They have been written in the company's brand voice, with product features in mind, and SEO strategy in place.

Creative Writing

Washington's Emerging Writers
Devil's Piano Man

Five years in the making, "Devil's Piano Man" is the compilation of my interests in writing and U.S. history. The linked document is the newest edition of my story, since I have edited the piece after its publication in Washington's Emerging Writers.

Thunder Inside

“Thunder Inside” was my first published piece of writing, appearing in the 36th volume of Clark College’s literary journal, Phoenix. I was experimenting with creative nonfiction, and writing this made me fall in love with the form.


America's Best Emerging Poets 2018: Pacific Region
Language is a virus

My second edition of "Language is a virus," published by Z Publishing House.

Language Is a Virus

My original version of "Language Is a Virus," published by University of Washington's literary journal, Bricolage, Issue 36.


Jessica Liddy

An overview of my skills, education, work experience, and volunteer experience.

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