Aqua means blue green--the color of a wave before it breaks--and the feeling of clarity and vitality.
Aqua Editing is a story developer for creative thinkers.
Sample projects at Aqua Editing include TED Talks synopses; NGO policy papers; Academic pitches, articles, and books; Startup marketing; Digital learning; Blogs; and Fiction.
Aqua Editing loves writing projects at any stage! I jump into your story, wherever you are in the creative process.
I work with stories from idea conception to outlining story needs to structuring content to ghostwriting to developmental editing to copy editing to proofreading to the finishing line: publication.
Who am I? Dina S. Paulson-McEwen, M.A., Founder of Aqua Editing
A poet, writer, and editor, I bring Aqua Editing over fifteen years of storytelling experience with arts, education, nonforprofit, and startup organizations in the U.S. and abroad as well as a background teaching languages to youth and adult learners. I am a youth volunteer editor at Uptown Stories in New York City. Parts of love, a poetry collection, was published in 2018 by Finishing Line Press. Recent work appears, or is forthcoming, in Bayou Magazine, Empty Mirror, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Evidence of Fetus Diversity (Locofo Chaps), 100 Vibrant Artists of L.A. Poet and Artist Book, and elsewhere. Originally from New York City, I have called Madrid, Boulder, Tokyo, Rome, and Detroit home. I write and edit from Princeton, New Jersey.