Ink Street

Pema Teeter – Story Coach, Writer, Editor

Announcing StoryCharmer.com

Hi. I’m happy to announce that Ink Street is making a move to StoryCharmer.com.

The move has commenced, but is in its beginning phases. For updated loveliness, visit StoryCharmer.com. For info about my work, take a look around here at Ink Street. Once Story Charmer is running at full speed, Ink Street will say goodnight, and Story Charmer will take front and center.

Thanks for visiting!

May 30, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Story Sells

If there’s one language we all speak, it’s story. Everybody’s got one. So does every product. It’s the thing that makes us perk up and pay attention to how we might fit in. Understand. Relate to the tribe. It’s story that makes us cry. And buy. Return. And re-Tweet. Here’s how I get your readers returning:

Story Coach: For writers and speakers, we talk, I tease out your story, and help you see (and say) the elemental details that get—and keep—your readers. Bloggers use my story coaching to rile up their readers, and connect heart to heart. Professionals turn regular updates into missives their list recipients want to share.

Editor & Copy Queen: Once upon a time, web content, print brochures, novellas and business proposals, were all stories in the raw. I wield red pen, grammatical geek-dom, style and aesthetic grace to write and/or perfect what you push.

Ghostwriter: This is for experts who know what to say but have less savvy at writing it. I listen, capture your style, and write it for you…zingy blogs, corporate newsletters, books, articles, manifestos… matching your expertise, and your name on the byline.

June 24, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Ghosting and Editing

Your voice, my words.

…marketing, articles, social media campaigns, newsletters, books…

Web Content:

GreenSherpa.com

RestoringPower.com

SomethingToGive.org (video consult)

Articles:

* Ask me for links * to articles I ghostwrite regularly on Divine Caroline, Intent, BlogHer, Shine and SingleMindedWomen.com (links not published here for client privacy).

Everest Dreams by Colby Brown – San Antonio Express News & Houston Chronicle

Newsletters:

Regina Perata – Business Consultant & Executive Leadership Coach – ’05-’07

Jennifer Cohen and Gina LaRoche – Seven Stones Leadership – 2008

June 23, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Writing

My voice.

…features, reviews, interviews…

Features:

How to Live Rich in A RecessionCarrieandDanielle.com

Friends Remember Michael Klein – Santa Barbara Independent

Reviews:

Givin’ and Gettin’: How to Solve All Your Money Problems Forever, A Book ReviewCarrieandDanielle.com

On Sacred Ground: New Work by Bobbi Bennett Santa Barbara Independent

Gary Lang: Hybrid VariationsSanta Barbara Independent

Interview:

Women’s Literary Festival Celebrates Year ThreeSanta Barbara Independent

June 22, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Story Coach

Want to write it yourself?

I ask you the questions that get you writing. Then teach you how to make it memorable.

SexyNurd – One-man show, performed and co-written by stand up comic, auGi.

June 15, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Plays

Small bites, filling reads.

God Said Quiet
Produced at The 15th Annual Fritz Blitz, “Best of the Blitz,” San Diego, August 2008
Produced at The 11th Annual Fritz Blitz Festival of New Plays by California Writers, San Diego 2004
Semi-Finalist, Actors Theatre of Louisville Ten Minute Play Contest, 2003

Swan Dive – A Tiny Play

Produced at SWAN Day, Portland (SWAN = Support Women Artists Now), March 2009                                  Produced at The 1st Annual Santa Barbara City College Ten Minute Play Festival, May 2008

June 14, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

About Me – Pema Teeter

My freelance career began as a features writer and editor for a community magazine in Santa Barbara, California. Simultaneously, I wrote a weekly interview column for the local Arts and Entertainment paper. These interviews early on taught me to listen, first of all, and to disappear in the writing, so that my subject could shimmer in his or her individuality. Twelve years later, having sharpened my listening, broadened my personal development, and learned inside industries such as technology, online advertising, finance, grantmaking, theatre, and others in the private and nonprofit sectors, my writing and story coaching continues to center on what I hear, and what I can help bring to the surface as a result.

Story coach, ghostwriter, editor, interviewer, reviewer, and playwright, my skills are at your service.

Schools:

– Actors Studio Drama School, New School for Social Research, New York City, M.F.A. Candidate, Playwriting, 2001

– College of Creative Studies, University of California Santa Barbara, B.A. in Literature, 1995

June 13, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment