About Literary Wonderland
Literary Wonderland is a unique, creative service by Bryon Cahill.
Available for writing and editorial work as well as project management both in print and digital media.
- extensive experience writing, developing, and managing print periodicals
- website creations — conceptualize, write, develop, produce, manage editorial content
- write with a fresh voice that speaks to both the young and “young-at-heart” alike
- fast turnaround with explicit attention to detail
- available for both short and long-term projects… and everything in-between
- exploring new horizons and breaking boundaries in publishing and literature
About Bryon Cahill
I first read Lewis Carroll’s timeless classic, Alice In Wonderland when I was very young. Falling down the rabbit hole with Alice on that golden afternoon in my youth changed me. I began to see the possibilities of words and stories in an entirely new light. I thought, “How great would it be if I could be a writer someday?” Over the years, I have patiently been learning that the most important job of a writer is to write. Write often and try to write well. If you cannot at first succeed at one, try the other. Sooner or later, you will arrive at the right combination of productivity and profundity.
In my professional life, I have been a proud member of the Weekly Reader family since 2004. As the senior editor of READ magazine, WR’s literary periodical for middle and high school students, I have written nonfiction articles, fictional stories, reader’s theater original plays and play adaptations of classic and contemporary novels, award-winning author profiles, Writing “how-to” articles, fictional interviews with dead authors, and teacher materials.
I worked closely with the best art directors, copy editors, freelance writers, editorial managers, and web designers in educational publishing. I created and maintained a blog aptly named WORD (2005-2011) and interacted with student writers for years. In a sense, I have been building my own Literary Wonderland all along.
Please contact me about any writing and/or editorial opportunities. I usually respond within 24 hours as I am—more often than not—glued to my laptop.
Thanks for stopping by!
Writer, editor in residence
April 1, 2012