Miriam Queensen is an experienced and creative writer, editor and proofreader who has also spent over the last decade teaching others to improve their writing skills, particularly in the field of screenwriting. Her background includes work in many non-profit, arts and education organizations in the Twin Cities and beyond. She has assisted academics and creative professionals with research, writing and editing projects, as well as consulting on how best to organize and teach interactive, exciting workshops. Her proofreading and editing skills are appreciated by those with an eye for detail and accuracy as well as style and reader engagement.
Organizations and institutions Miriam has worked with include:
The University of Minnesota, The Loft Literary Center, Anoka-Ramsey Community College, the National Gallery of Art, Townsend Press, Drexel University, Oxford University Press, the Walker Art Center, Independent Filmmaker Project Minnesota, Brainco School of Advertising, Hopkins and Robbinsdale School Districts Community Education, Texas A&M University, Princeton University, The Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps, the Minnesota Orchestral Association, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Aqueduct Media, Evolutionary Illustration & Design Studios, Inc., Right-Word, BestMark, Inc., Great Falls Moving Pictures, Japan International Friendship Center, the Hennepin County Library and Carver County Library, Minneapolis Screenwriters’ Workshop, International Institute of Minnesota, St. Paul College, Insight News, the Seward Profile and Southeast Angle newspapers, and Minnesota Alumni, the University of Minnesota alumni magazine.