Victoria Mixon is a professional author and freelance independent editor who has worked in fiction, nonfiction and poetry for over thirty years.
Mixon’s blog, Victoria Mixon, Author & Editor, has been named a Top 10 Blog for Writers 2011, a Top 20 Blog for Writers 2012 and one of Writer’s Digest’s 101 Best Websites for Writers 2013. In 2013, she wrote the editorial advice column Ask Victoria opposite the agent advice column Ask Chuck by Chuck Sambuchino of Writer’s Digest on the popular writer’s newsletter Writer Unboxed. She has been quoted for her expertise in fiction in the Huffington Post and has taught for Writer’s Digest and the San Francisco Writers Conference.
Mixon is the author of four books in the Art & Craft of Writing series:
In 1996, she co-authored the nonfiction Children and the Internet: A Zen Guide for Parents and Educators, published by Prentice Hall, for which she is listed in the Who’s Who of America. She has been published in the Northwest Review, the Berkeley Poetry Review and The Cream City Review, won an award from the Byzantium Chapbook Poetry and Short Fiction Contest and been a finalist in the Bellingham Review Chapbook Contest.
Mixon’s editing clients are represented by Beverly Slopen Literary Agency, Dunham Literary Inc, Foundry Literary + Media, Harold Ober Associates, Irene Goodman Literary Agency and Dystel & Goderich Literary Management.
She also has available a few elite items of swag.