Volunteer Podcast Narrators
Robert Decker holds a B.A. in Mass Communications from King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, PA. Though he has worked in in areas such as technical writing, documentation editing, and desktop publishing, he has over 20 years of experience in radio as a disc jockey, music director, journalist, and reader for the Radio Home Visitor–one of the country’s oldest daily broadcasts for the blind, visually impaired, and homebound.
Robert has conducted several hundred interviews with artists great and small in the AOR/hard rock/heavy metal genre of music. Since going digital in late 2006 and getting acquainted with Adobe Audition, these interviews have established a presence on the web, both on the artists’ respective websites as well as YouTube.
After ten years as a technical writer for a medical device manufacturer, Robert has felt the need to retool some skill sets and redirect his career path. He continues to expand his voice-over portfolio and is glad to volunteer wherever needed. He can be contacted at robertADvoiceover@gmail.com.
The following volunteers generously provide copyediting and proofreading assistance to the journal:
Nathaniel Sheetz is a recent graduate of Penn State with a Master’s degree in industrial engineering and operations research and Bachelor’s degrees in industrial engineering, Spanish, and international studies. He is a self-employed consultant, helping clients (usually in the retail industry) improve their productivity. Nathaniel is a meticulous proofreader and copyeditor, having taken (and enjoyed) a copyediting class in college and serving for over a year as one of the primary editors of the “featured articles” that appear on Wikipedia’s front page. He is available for copyediting, rewriting, and proofreading work, and may be contacted at email@example.com.
Gregory J. Campeau is a junior history major at Amherst College. In addition to writing news, editorial pieces, and verse, he has edited several student publications, including Amherst’s Indicator, a fortnightly journal of political and social thought. His new blog can be found at http://stubbornantiquary.wordpress.com/.
Daniel Coleman is a graduate student in philosophy at the Catholic University of America and a freelance editor. Prior to beginning his graduate studies, he worked full-time as an editor, project manager, and editorial consultant for several firms, specializing in education. His wide-ranging freelance work has included children’s literature, programming language manuals, and numerous websites. Daniel writes for LewRockwell.com and has presented at the Austrian Scholars Conference. You can visit his website here or send him mail here.
Mike Reid, a recovering communist academic, has an MA in Canadian history from Trent University and teaches writing techniques at the University of Winnipeg.
Duane Schreiber earned a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and a Master of Public Administration focusing on Healthcare Administration from Texas Tech University. He worked with a non-profit healthcare organization in Amarillo, TX before joining the Air Force. He is currently the Chief Information Officer for the 7th Medical Group at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas.