Eileen Birin is a professional writer, editor, and publisher. She holds a Master’s degree in Education-English from Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois. Ms. Birin taught language arts at the junior high level in Dallas, Texas, Chicago and Skokie, Illinois. Presently she resides in Glendale, Arizona where she has started her second career as an independent publisher. Ms. Birin is the owner of NEELIE Publishing, a consultant for new writers and self-publishers, a reader and storyteller, a teacher and frequent speaker at writers’ groups, schools, libraries, and other organizations on topics related to writing, alternative publishing, and memoir writing.
Ms. Birin is a member of Arizona Authors Association, The Society of Southwestern Authors, the West Valley Authors Association, the Phoenix Writers club and an honored member of Cambridge Who’s Who. She served four years on the Arizona State Board of the American Association of University Women and is actively involved in the Glendale branch of the same association, and served two years on the Golden West Region board of Soroptimist International of the Americas, and is an active member of Soroptimist International of the Kachinas. She also served on the curriculum committee and membership committee for the RISE Institute, Rio Salado College.
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Come Sit a Spell
By Eileen Birin
Published: March 9, 2012.
This user-friendly guidebook is a must for every aspiring writer who wishes to capture the uniqueness of his or her past and leave a written legacy for future generations. The step-by-step procedures will show you how to unlock your memories.
By Eileen Birin
Published: January 12, 2012.
Thirty-five days out from midterm elections, Kathryn Bradford falls for the only man to turn her head in twenty-five years of marriage, a handsome, soft-spoken staffer on her husband’s senatorial campaign.
Burnt Incense is a story of the politics of a marriage, trial by fire, and ultimately America’s most widely watched murder case.
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