Whitney Hayes earned both a B.A. in Creative Writing from Virginia Tech and an M.F.A. in Creative Nonfiction from Chatham University. She has written freelance articles, worked as an Account Manager/Writer for a content marketing company, and served as a Book Coach for a publishing company. Hayes is also an extremely adept editor, has written several screenplays, and dabbles in both fiction and poetry. The primary focus for her work is nonfiction and she is currently finishing up a collection of essays.
Keep scrolling for a sample of her publications.
“Divorce By Numbers,” Atticus Review, January 2016
“The Bobby Problem,” Broad Magazine!, Winter Issue 2015
“Bullet,” Word Riot, June 2015
“Saved By Cake,” Under the Gum Tree, April 2015
“Why I’m Choosing to Give America a Chance,” Bustle, November 2016
“Half-Baked Ideas to Save the World: A Libertarian-Approved Gun Control Proposal,” Random Nerds, January 2016
“Admit You’re Not Doing Anything about Gun Violence (and then do something about it),” Random Nerds, August 2015
“The Different Rules on Death: Why only some shootings seem to matter,” Random Nerds, July 2015
“Semicolon,” Body Parts Magazine, Spring/Summer 2016