Laurel Lloyd oversees the publications at the Carsey Institute from program scheduling and author relations, to copyediting, proofreading, and the laying out of briefs, reports, and related pieces. She updates the institute's websites with publication postings and news items.
Laurel comes to the institute with a varied background in editing, writing, and layout design. While working in the high-tech industry, she edited, wrote, and designed award winning user documentation. As a freelance editor, she has critiqued books, articles, and essays. She co-wrote the book, A Group of One's Own: Nurturing the Woman Writer, with four members of her writing group. As a freelance writer, her essays and articles have appeared in publications such as the Portsmouth Herald, Granite Sports Magazine, and Pregnancy Magazine. One of her favorite projects in the area of layout design was a 930-page history book for the town of Fremont, New Hampshire.
Laurel has a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Vermont and master's degree in linguistics and writing from Northeastern University.
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