Sarah Dreilich

With her intimate knowledge of communicating with authors, attention to detail, artistic background, and overall love for books, Sarah has a unique skill set to bring to the realm of editing and publishing.

Sarah is a recent graduate from Florida State University, where she completed a double B.A. in Editing, Writing, and Media and Studio Art and received a 12-credit-hour Graduate Certificate in Publishing and Editing. Sarah has completed a range of work throughout her years in Tallahassee, from interning at a local art gallery to freelance and professional copyediting, proofreading, and developmental editing. Sarah has an intimacy with both the artistic and editorial world, with a high interest in the visuality of texts.

She is also the literary coordinator of the board of directors at 621 Gallery in Tallahassee’s Railroad Square art park. She organizes a monthly reading series that features the work of local, emerging writers.

Resumé

Florida State University 3.9 GPA
  • B.A. Double Major English & Studio Art (Fall 2013-Spring 2017)
  • Graduate Certificate in Editing & Publishing
  • Elected to Phi Beta Kappa junior year
  • University Honors Program
  • President’s List
Editorial
  • The Drums of Grace, Michael Rothenberg (2017, unpublished) 1 2 3
  • The Fan Still Hangs, Michael Rothenberg (2017, unpublished) 1 2 3
  • Tally Ho and The Cowboy Dream / The Real and False Journal Book 5, Michael Rothenberg (Varasek Ediciones, Madrid, Spain, 2017) before (pdf)  after (pdf)
Writing
  • The Circulation of Visual Rhetoric - Vincent Van Gogh’s "The Starry Night" (2016) essay (pdf)
  • Applying Twentieth Century Feminism to Shakespeare’s Plays (2016) essay (pdf)
Other
  • Copyediting, proofreading, developmental editing
  • Advanced-level German
  • Adobe CS (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign), Microsoft Word (track changes), PowerPoint, Excel, Corel WordPerfect, Mac OS X
  • Illustration, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking

Artwork