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An Interview Request

Postby aerodriver » Wed Feb 20, 2013 8:56 pm

I have a project due tomorrow for a class and the professional that I originally interviewed has not contacted me back yet. I am looking for a college graduate with a background in English language studies who uses writing on their job daily.

If there's anyone who can help me answer some eleven questions, I would be grateful beyond belief. This assignment needs a presentation along with an 8-10 page paper and to start doing it tomorrow (depending on when the other person actually gets back to me...) would be absolutely terrible.

Thanks in advance folks.
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Re: An Interview Request

Postby JHern » Thu Feb 21, 2013 1:34 am

aerodriver wrote:I have a project due tomorrow for a class...


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Re: An Interview Request

Postby aerodriver » Thu Feb 21, 2013 8:51 am

JHern wrote:
aerodriver wrote:I have a project due tomorrow for a class...


:lol:


I already described my situation in that post. There is nothing funny about it. I was genuinely looking for help at the last minute so I didn't have to send the e-mail I am sending my professor now. I have had two failed attempts at interviewing professionals in editing and publishing. I came here to see if I could get the answers and submit something and not be embarrassed.

I understand if you can't help, but to humor yourself with my misfortune is ridiculous.
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Re: An Interview Request

Postby keltik » Thu Feb 21, 2013 11:24 am

My wife is a published YAF author but she only writes in Spanish. Too bad I didn't see this until today. It may have helped somewhat.
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Re: An Interview Request

Postby aerodriver » Thu Feb 21, 2013 11:28 pm

I got an "extension" aka, she wants me to submit something, so I'm still open to options.

keltik, that would be a great interview and I'm sure she has a lot to share (I'm particularly interested in the Spanish part) but there are two exclusions to the assignment: authors and teachers.
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Re: An Interview Request

Postby keltik » Fri Feb 22, 2013 7:14 am

Well shucks. Have you tried calling the local news paper/TV/Radio station and talking to a reporter?
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