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  Abigail Carter
Professional/Personal Overview
  Author of a published memoir encompassing loss and grief, single parenting, dating, sex, 9/11 and spiritualism. My writing has appeared in NY Daily News, Seattle Times, Match.com, More.com, SELF Magazine. Extensive web platform content management and social media experience.
Work Info
Book Author 8 Years
Producer (new media) 10 Years
Social Media 5 Years
Family, Children & Teenagers 8 Years
Lifestyle 8 Years
Women's Issues 8 Years
Total Media Industry Experience
25 Years
Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)
More.com (1-2), MSN.com and More.com (1-2), New York Daily News (1-2), Seattle Times (1-2), SELF Magazine (1-2)
Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)
Audible.com (11+), Miscrosoft (3-5), Sony (3-5)
Other Work History
2003 - Present

Author of The Alchemy of Loss: A Young Widows Transformation


Director, Site Production Audible, Inc., Wayne, NJ
April 2000 July 2003

Overall site management of the Audible.com (www.audible.com) site

Creative Producer/Project Manager T3 Media, New York, NY
Mar. 1998 Jan 2000

Production and project management of large technical websites and related eCommerce projects from conception to delivery.
Computer Skills
MS Office, OSX, HTML, WordPress, Photoshop
Laptop, Digital Camera, Audio recorder
Foreign Language Skills
Basic French
Work Permits & Visas
Canada, USA
Pacific Northwest Writer's Association,
Freelancer Availability
I freelance full-time. I live near Seattle-Tacoma, WA. I am willing to travel regionally. I have a driver's license. I have access to a car.
Work Samples
Writing Samples  
(SELF Magazine, 9/1/2005)
An essay about the necessity of creating a personal memorial in the midst of a 9/11 loss.