Bryan Crumpley is a Chicago writer, editor, and English teacher!
Bryan began his writing career at the very early age of 9 years old. His first story, written with his 4th grade best friend, was a comic book loosely based (basically plagiarized), story about the grandson of the illustrious Captain Underpants, named Super Boxer Shorts. Bryan was very original.
From then on no teacher could keep him from writing stories in his notebooks. Bryan's next Nobel Prize creation was dubbed, "The Adventures of Super Mechanic."
Bryan was a very utilitarian middle schooler.
Many years later, Bryan decided to follow his dreams, and deepen his debts, by attending Columbia College Chicago to earn his Bachelors in Fiction Writing. While at Columbia, Bryan honed his craft and developed a keen eye for detail.
After graduating, Bryan and a friend established Dali's Lovechild, a literary magazine for the weird and otherworldly.
Bryan co-managed Dali's Lovechild, edited, publicized, and sang its praises from the rooftops for two years.
From managing Dali's Lovechild, Bryan gained valuable insight and experience in the publishing industry. Insight and experience that could be invaluable in helping you hone your craft and turn your work into the best possible product.
After the days of Dali, Bryan decided to enter back into the education world, and attended Roosevelt University to earn his Masters in Secondary Education with a focus on English.
Now that Bryan is an English teacher he gets the privilege of editing student writing daily, so trust him when he says, your writing cannot be worse.
Bryan is an editor because he is passionate about stories. He is passionate about publishing. He is passionate about helping people write the best possible story. In Bryan's days of managing Dali's Lovechild, there was never a day he was more excited than when he got to read something new, original, and amazing.
If you are ready to push your writing to the next level, call him maybe?
Also, Bryan is the blue power ranger.