Erin Wilcox

Erin Wilcox has edited some of the finest talent of our day, including literary legend Grace Paley, NYT bestseller Dan Wells, and 2015 Pulitzer Prize winner Gregory Pardlo.

The former nonfiction editor of Drunken Boat and copyeditor for Alaska Quarterly Review, Erin maintains a vigorous freelance editorial practice specializing in literary and speculative fiction.

She has edited work nominated for Hugo and Pushcart Prizes, and her clients have placed work with big-five publishers and reached top-two ranking in the science fiction category of the Kindle store.

Erin writes for trade and scholarly journals such as Copyediting, Text, and The Rumpus. Her story “Half a World Away” was nominated for a 2014 Pushcart Prize.

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