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Nathaniel C. Oliver is many things: freelance academic, verbal hustler, poet-for-hire, outside agitator, reluctant self-promoter, classless teacher, ethical mercenary… like all of us, he contains multitudes. If you have a (writing-related) problem, if no one else can help, and if you are willing to pay a reasonable amount of money for his services, maybe you can hire…

Nathaniel C. Oliver.

With a master’s degree in English and years of experience in the practice and teaching of writing, Nathaniel C. Oliver is available for everything from basic proofreading to developmental editing of fiction, non-fiction, and academic writing (truly, a genre unto itself) and has been known to write the occasional poem on commission.

Just don’t ask him to write your term papers for you. He hates that.

Email at nathanielcoliver@gmail.com.

Follow on Twitter @nathcoliver.

And consider buying his novel, A Simple Kind of Man.

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