About Red Bridge
The name of this business comes from a cheerful red footbridge that crossed a deep ravine in the town where I grew up.
That bridge from my childhood—along with the stream below—was a place for me to play, to explore, to be bold and adventurous. It was a place to test myself, to build my confidence, and learn where my limits lay. It was a place of friendship, encouragement, and laughter. The red bridge made my life better.
With that in mind, I founded Red Bridge Editorial to make your life better--your writing life, that is! Good writing has an element of play. Let's play with your words a bit, be adventurous, and have fun as we find the touchstone of your story and polish it together.
Meet the Editor: Annie Kuhn
Annie Kuhn is a writer and editor who has been immersed in the world of children’s literature for two decades.
She has edited books for children and adults, including picture books, easy readers, middle-grade & YA novels, memoirs, non-fiction books, and more. Annie's writing has been published in the anthology Seeing Things (Woodland Arts Editions, 2020) and in Publisher's Weekly, Chicken Soup for the Soul, Cygnet, and regional newspapers. Her latest ghostwriting projects are a memoir and a middle-grade mystery, and her illustrations have been published in New Moon Magazine for Girls.
Annie has an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and a BA in Studio Arts from Macalester College. She has taught creative writing, composition & literature at colleges & universities in three states. Annie is a long-time member of The Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators (SCBWI) and has ten years of experience working at independent children’s bookstores.
Having studied both the writing and illustration sides of children's books, plus having knowledge of marketing and sales, Annie stands out in the field of editors. She understands kidlit from multiple vantage points and is excited about the progress being made in children's publishing to make books reflect the world of today.
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