Shannon Cantrell is a scrupulous editor and creative writer with a bent towards topics in travel, culture, political science, psychology, and literary fiction. She has acted as an editing contributor to articles featured in the American Psychology Association and the British Journal of Psychology. Distinguished among her peers, Shannon’s works have been showcased by previous professors as references for future students.
Currently she lives in a two bedroom apartment with a lovely roommate and a
not-nearly-as-lovely rescued street-cat named Simon. However, despite being a self-proclaimed “dog person”, Shannon supposes, “he is kind of cute sometimes”.
Analytical evaluation of social media's impact on public advocacy, politcal campaigns, and policy change
Anecdotal portrait of cultural integration within "internationally-focused" educational programs
Nothing screams an American childhood quite like PB&Js and mischievous escapades.
Raised by wolves in human clothing, can he fight the bestial tendencies that run in the family?
A travel experience gone terribly wrong
She created the world just to find him.