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.
Samples of writing projects at Aqua Editing include TED Talks idea proposals, policy papers for educational NGOs, academic books and article pitches, green energy and tech startup marketing, digital learning courses, and fiction manuscripts.
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 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, educator, and editor, I bring Aqua Editing over fifteen years of storytelling experience with creative, 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 fiction editor at Flash Fiction Magazine and work with middle school creative writers at Uptown Stories. Parts of love, a poetry collection, was published in 2018 by Finishing Line Press. Other work appears or is forthcoming in Empty Mirror, Minola Review, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Evidence of Fetus Diversity (Locofo Chaps), 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.