PACIFICA LITERARY REVIEW

2014-2016
MANAGING FICTION EDITOR

The man who came out of the crowd was his son. Eric was aware of Hans standing below him. And he thought of the people in this city, people without common sense of the world. And he wished his children were far from here and that his son was not watching him struggle against the gravity of this life. – In Violent Protection


After my short story, In Violent Protection, was selected for publication by Pacifica, I was invited to join the editorial team.

After working on one issue, I became to the managing fiction editor and worked with a team of five writers to publish six issues of the journal. I organized numerous readings and writing competitions, created brand consistency through a website refresh and asset organization, and fostered partnerships to expand the reach of this Seattle-based literary journal.











CHELSEA WERNER-JATZKE



PERSONAL

A writer exploring the liminal spaces of the literary arts. She is the author of two chapbooks and has fiction, reviews, and poetry published widely. Her interest in how words can be experienced has led to solo work and collaborations with artists across media to create gallery installations, classical music performances, broadsides, karaoke, and video poetry. She is co-founder and director of Cadence Video Poetry Festival at Northwest Film Forum and Till, a literary organization that offers an annual writing residency at Smoke Farm in Arlington, WA.

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PROFESSIONAL

Approaching communications and marketing with a storyteller’s craft and a poet’s ear. I have over a decade of experience increasing engagement with meaningful brand experiences through creative approaches. My unique blend of marketing, programming, and writing skills allows me to understand and connect with a wide spectrum of audiences. As a content strategist I have defined and produced end to end experiences for artists, consumers and stakeholders. As a digital marketing manager I’ve grown followings and margins across industries.

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