Elyse Hauser

Seattle, WA USA
Website: http://elysehauser.com

Professional Experience

I'm a Seattle-based writer and editor with a Master’s in Writing Studies from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. My years of experience have left me with a refined editorial eye, skills for tutoring learners at all levels, and the ability to produce quality writing for a variety of purposes. I create clean, copyedited prose, both in my own work and when editing the work of others, and I love to help other people create their own best writing. I strive to write the kind of stories that tie into a larger picture, creating narratives readers will remember. Although I love writing for small and alternative publications that feature voices and issues often overlooked by other media sources, I'm glad to write anywhere there's a story that needs to be told.


Content Editor (online)
3 Years
3 Years
4 Years


2 Years
5 Years
3 Years


Academia Other
2 Years
Newspaper - Local/Regional
2 Years
Online/new media
3 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

5 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Sensible Reason Online Magazine (10+), GoPaperboy (10+), Urban Romance Online Magazine (10+)

Other Work History

I am currently Managing Editor at Urban Romance Online, a lifestyle magazine for city-lovers, and I am also a contributor to millennial culture magazine Sensible Reason. My diverse past experiences include tutoring at the Saint Joseph’s University Writing Center, reporting and copyediting for an alternative college newspaper, an Assistant Editor position at a weekly hyperlocal newspaper, three years as an SAT prep instructor, and one year as a tutor of non-native English speakers.

Computer Skills

WordPress, Google Drive, Word, PowerPoint


Laptop, audio recorder


Available on request


Member of Alpha Epsilon Lambda - Graduate Students Honor Society



A profile piece on the frontman of an up-and-coming Philadelphia band.
An opinion piece on the problematic ubiquitousness of festival fashion.
A detailed look at the many complex and historical factors that created and contribute to America's police brutality problem.