Whitney E. Jones received her doctorate in English from the University of Tennessee and believes in the power of language to shape the world. An expert in creative writing and the novel form, as well as in professional business writing, Whitney offers coaching and consulting services on a variety of creative and professional writing projects.
With over 10 years of experience as a university writing center tutor and over 8 years of experience as a college writing and literature instructor, Whitney’s coaching and consulting style is both constructive and fierce, illuminating the client’s writing strengths while quickly identifying opportunities for improvement. Whitney employs a collaborate coaching method honed and perfected during her time as a university course instructor that engages the client’s concerns and speaks to the client’s desired outcomes.
Whitney is the published author of literary criticism, poetry, and short stories. Her most recent publications include:
- Space and Place in The Hunger Games: New Readings of Suzanne Collins’ Trilogy
- “Growing Up Blake in a Potter World: Using Harry Potter to Teach William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and of Experience.” Teaching Harry Potter: Essays on Classroom Wizardry from Elementary School to College. Ed. Valerie Estelle Frankel.