JB Abner has been a market researcher, economist, and business consultant for many years. Mr. Abner's background is influential in his work as a writer. Abner was a contributing writer for The Business Journal (Biz Journal) published in 43 cities from 2014 to 2017. Mr. Abner has also been published in business association magazines and journals.
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JB Abner recently completed writing his first fiction manuscript. His joy of writing comes from the love of storytelling. Mr. Abner enjoys making new connections and learning new things about our world. Should you find Mr. Abner's background interesting…you should take this journey together.
My name is Héctor Martínez, and I am passionate about social networks, especially Twitter.
I share with my thousands of followers (+ 90% Spanish speaking) those things that I like and that could also be of interest to them, such as social or ONG events, books and varied literature, music festivals, new apps, music festivals Music, among other things.
I also wrote a book: "magos del poker".
I can publish for your brand.
Price: 5|10|15 $
Available for select sponsored Tweets:
Jessica (Tyner) Mehta, born and raised in Oregon and a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, is the author of numerous books including poetry, fiction, short story collections, and creative non-fiction. Her novel The Wrong Kind of Indian won gold at the 2019 Independent Book Publisher Awards (IPPYs). She’s received several writer-in-residency posts around the world, including the Hosking Houses Trust post with an appointment at The Shakespeare Birthplace (Stratford-Upon-Avon, UK), Paris Lit Up (Paris, France), the Women’s International Study Center (WISC) Acequia Madre House (Santa Fe, NM), the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts (Nebraska City, NE), the National Parks Art Foundation at Gettysburg National Military Park, and a Writer in the Schools (WITS) residency at Literary Arts (Portland, OR).
Jessica received a Halcyon Art Labs fellowship in Washington DC from 2018-19 to curate an anthology of poetry by incarcerated and previously incarcerated indigenous women and is also a member of the Poetry Foundation’s Poetry Incubator co-hort in Chicago. She is the recipient of a 40 Under 40 Award from the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED), received a Barbara Deming Award in Poetry, and was a Top 10 Pick from Portland Story Theatre for “Indian Burns.” She serves as the Associate Poetry Editor for Exclamat!on, a British peer-reviewed journal, Associate Poetry Editor for Bending Genres literary journal, poetry editor at Airlie Press, and is the former President of the Board of Directors for VoiceCatcher journal and non-profit. Jessica has led writing workshops around the globe including at the International Women’s Writing Guild summer conference series and has taught poetry at various institutions including The Loft Literary Center.
She has received numerous visiting fellowships, including the Everett Helm Visiting Fellowship at The Lilly Library at University of Indiana Bloomington and The Eccles Centre Visiting Fellowship at The British Library. Jessica’s doctoral research focuses on the intersection of poetry and eating disorders. During her time as a post-graduate researcher, she was funded as a Cobell Scholar and received a Researcher-led Initiative Award and Humanities PGR Activities Award from the University of Exeter.
Jessica founded MehtaFor, a writing services company, in 2012 which serves a variety of clients including Fortune 500 enterprises and major media outlets. MehtaFor received two national bronze awards for Startup of the Year in 2015. Jessica offers complimentary writing services to Native American students and non-profits based in the Pacific Northwest and/or serving Native communities. She received her master’s degree in writing from Portland State University in 2007 and established The Jessica Tyner Scholarship Fund in 2013. It’s the only scholarship exclusively for Native Americans pursuing an advanced degree in writing or a related field.
Jessica is also a registered yoga instructor (500-RYT®), registered children’s yoga teacher (RCYT®), certified Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider (YACEP®), and NASM-certified personal trainer (CPT). She’s the founder of the Get it Ohm! karma yoga and strength movement, which offers free classes to groups that don’t have access to traditional yoga studios and/or don’t feel comfortable in such environments.
Price: 5|10|15 $
Price: 5|10|15 $
Reach a very creative audience of story-lovers, comprising a broad range of media formats. Promote your project/brand/service or idea. I will tweet at the time of your choosing. The exact wording of any tweet can be agreed with you beforehand.
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