Area(s) of expertise: Freelancer
Summary of expertise:
Bonnie Egan has been working as an editor, ghostwriter and collaborator on both fiction and nonfiction books and articles for over ten years. She has taught writing on the college level and to engineers in New York City’s Comptroller’s Office. In 2003, Ms. Egan wrote “Cooking for One,” a weekly cooking column which was published online. Past projects include editing for Marsh Learning Planet, copyediting papers for professors and Ph.D. students at Columbia Business School, writing occasional interviews and articles for Florida State Times, and writing and rewriting professional articles for clients. Ms. Egan edited lecture transcripts and wrote glossaries for Global Education Network, and wrote a procedures manual and web text for CapitalThinking.com, a commercial real estate start-up launched in 2000. In the 1980’s, she was the author of Happily Ever After, a play produced off-off-Broadway in New York and Los Angeles and one of two writers for a TV pilot for children, starring Imogene Coca.
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