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Amy Leona Havin is a writer, journalist, and SEO specialist with an emphasis in e-commerce and over 9 years of professional experience. She is a staff writer with The Oregonian/OregonLive where she has succeeded in securing articles with over 90k views, drawing over $20k in revenue for a single post. Havin is also the Language Arts column writer and Arts Journalist contributor for Oregon ArtsWatch. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts and previously held positions as a Senior Copywriter with HALSTEAD Media Management, Gravity Storm Software, and others. She has worked as a writer, editor, and resume creator for companies including Indeed, The Dade Group, Portland Metro Arts, The Chronicle, and more. Her work has been published in over a dozen magazines and journals. Havin is also the Artistic Director and production manager of multi-media company The Holding Project. Blending boundary-pushing artistic sensibilities with her thorough knowledge of consistent and effective copy techniques, Havin delivers unique and effective written results that set her work apart from the crowd.
Her essays, art, and poems have been featured in San Diego Poetry Annual, Humana Obscura, The Dust Magazine, Disjecta Contemporary Art Center (2016 residency), and others. When writing artistically, her tool of choice is a 1962 Royal Safari.
CV is available upon request.
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