At Detroit Ink Publishing we are committed to providing the best in quality writing and quality writing/editing and self-publishing services. We love words, and it shows.
Dr. Robert McTyre Sr. is the academic of the Detroit Ink Publishing team. Author of “Getting Published: A Guideline for Academics,” his expertise is in the areas of narrative non-fiction, research writing, and academic instructional information. Among his upcoming works will be “Cite Like Me,” a book about best practices in applying the American Psychological Association’s (APA) method of citing sources in a research paper.
Dr. McTyre is an educator and professional writer-editor and holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in business administration and organizational management. He is also the host of “21st Century Ideas with Dr. Robert,” an internet based radio show that explores the many aspects of Adult Learning Theory and Accelerated Learning.
Pamela Hilliard Owens is a freelance writer, blogger, entrepreneur, and the founder/CEO of Writing It Right For You. She is also a partner in Detroit Ink Publishing. Her specialties include small business copywriting and editing, academic editing, social media marketing, manuscript editing, and eBook editing and publication.
A former college instructor and English teacher, Pam also has an extensive background in preparing and formatting research papers, theses and dissertations in accordance with a range of academic styles. Her goal is to help her clients make the most positive and polished presentation of their ideas. Her clientele includes graduate and post-graduate students, individuals and businesses from the U.S., Canada, the U.K, and seven other countries. Pam has many effective working relationships with clients for whom English is a second language, and her facility with internet-based communications and collaboration platforms ensures easy access for clients regardless of location.
In addition to her extensive work as a teacher, instructor and curriculum consultant, Pam has a corporate background in technology sales and marketing upon which she can draw. Pam writes on a wide range of topics and approaches each project as an opportunity to research, explore and learn.
Pam earned her BS/Special Education Certification and MA/Reading Specialist Certification from Eastern Michigan University
Keith Owens is a noted freelance writer, columnist, editor and journalist whose work has been featured in The Detroit Free Press, Detroit’s alternative newsweekly the Metro Times, the Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel, and other newspapers. He was also a nationally syndicated columnist with Universal Press Syndicate for three years beginning in 1993. His two-part, 11,000 word article for Detroit’s Metro Times on the history of the blues in Detroit entitled “Boogie Chillun” earned recognition from the Alternative Newsweekly Awards and also from the Detroit Chapter of the Society for Professional Journalists.
He currently is a regular contributor to the progressive political blogs PoliticusUSA and BlackLiberalBoomer as well as a senior writer for Writing It Right for You. Keith’s specialty as a writer is social/political commentary, although he is equally passionate about and committed to his fiction.
“To be honest, fiction was my first love long before I became involved in journalism.”
You can visit his website at keithaowens.com
Cornelius Fortune is an award-winning journalist, whose work has appeared in iPhone Life magazine, The Advocate, Metro Times, Chess Life, Yahoo News, Novel & Short Story Writer’s Market, Tales of the Unanticipated, Illumen, and others. He is currently a featured writer for Yahoo TV, and an editor for a local weekly newspaper.
Upcoming works include “The Misadventures of Mr. Stiffens” serialized comic strip, an anthology, “Writings on the Wall,” and two books from the Detroit Ink Publishing, LLC (DIP) line.
He has written extensively on popular culture, comic books, and 21st century trends for more than a decade. His play, “Dislocations,” was selected for HFHC’s New Playwright’s Workshop in 2006. He is also a Rhysling-nominated poet and the author of “Stories from Arlington.”
In addition to journalism, he mostly writes poetry and less-than-interesting grocery lists, devoid of imagery or clever alliteration.
Visit his website at www.corneliusfortune.com.
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