Ashley Schellhous is a technical writer and editor. With a bachelor’s degree in English and a minor in communications, she has experience as an editor in chief, organizational development specialist, and technical content developer.

Ashley is currently working as a technical writer and editor for an for an organizational development consulting firm; she works closely with clients and stakeholders to provide business process engineering and technical documentation. She has served as the cofounder and editor in chief of the Pushcart-nominated JuxtaProse Literary Magazine where she worked on a personal basis with contributors such as the late Alan Cheuse, NPR book critic, and David Lee, former Poet Laureate and Pultizer nominee. She has designed and maintained online and print editions of various literary collections, including JuxtaProse Literary Magazine and Kaleidoscope Anthology. Lastly, she gained over five years of experience as a university writing tutor where she attained master tutor certification and served as the training supervisor.

To learn more about her academic and work history, view Curriculum Vitae. To get to know her better, visit About. To view examples of her work, explore the portfolio.

To take it in and give it back again differently, so
that everything is used and nothing is lost.

– Nicole Krauss