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The Green Quill
For nearly two decades, Cheri Colburn has been developing informational text for the adult audience. Most of her work has been in educational publishing, primarily editing and writing professional development books, curriculum for adults, and teacher guides.
In other words, for nearly 20 years, she's been writing other people’s informative and how-to books. In the last several years she's been involved in the editing of Greenwoman Vols. 1-6 and Zera and the Green Man, and wrote a mini biography as a feature for Greenwoman #2 that became the digital book George Washington Carver: Grandfather of Sustainability.Cheri was also the editor of Greenwoman Publishing's latest book Fifty Shades of Green.In her own business, Cheri helped new author, Amy Gillespie, craft her memoir, Six Years in Mozambique: Things I Haven’t Told Mom. While gifted in many areas, Cheri has a special talent of polishing the work of writers until it shines.
Zora Knauf has been involved in writing and publishing since childhood, submitting her first manuscript to a writer's conference contest at age 10. While still in high school, she helped design and edit Greenwoman Zine which later turned into Greenwoman Magazine. Between graduating college and grad school (Zora recently completed her M.S. in psychology at Trinity College, Dublin) she worked for a time doing professional editing for a textbook company.
Zora has helped to develop, design, edit, and typeset six issues of Greenwoman. Using CreateSpace, Amazon’s free publishing platform, she designed and published the novel, Zera and the Green Man and Six Years in Mozambique: Things I Haven’t Told Mom.
Zora’s favorite tasks are cover and interior design for print and digital publications. She has expertise in Adobe Photoshop and Adobe InDesign, has built several websites, and she will carry your book over the finish line and onto Amazon.