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Pamela Simon Published in Evening Street Review

I’m proud to share that Wilcox Editing client Pamela Simon’s lyric essay “The Evidence” appears in the current issue of Evening Street Review (No.17: Autumn 2017), a publication of Evening Street Press. In this powerful short, Simon describes her personal experience with the physical and psychological scars left by the January 8, 2011, shooting that killed six people and left thirteen wounded, including Simon and Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords. Simon, a White House Champion of Change under President Obama, works for gun-violence prevention on multiple platforms, including her creative nonfiction. “The Evidence,” which Simon and I developed in 2015, is an excerpt from her full-length memoir in progress. Congratulations, Pamela!

Kudos

Erin Wilcox has been instrumental in helping me select promising pieces of my nonfiction via her editorial assessment service. She then provided outstanding developmental editing, which was crucial to getting the pieces accepted for publication. Not least, she is a pleasure to work with.”

Richard Moore,
Author,
"Crossing Erez," "Princeton Dreaming," "A Death in the Hot Season"

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