Nina Solomita, MFA, Professional Writing Services
Regarding Working on Texts
"Nina Solomita, my editor, utilized her top-notch skills to clarify and organize the content of my memoir, all the while staying true to my authentic voice. It is not an exaggeration to say that I could never have completed this book without her."
Tony Albano, author of Cherish ~ A Memoir.
"Thank you to Nina Solomita, who has been there every step of the way, from concept to plot to paragraph to sentence to semicolon."
Kim Taylor-Blakemore, author of Bowery Girl, Viking Press and The Companion, Lake Union Publishing
"My deepest gratitude goes to Nina Solomita, a gifted writer and editor, for her generous support and love and compassion for this book. She exhibited great integrity in finding the words and concepts to enhance the draft I’d written, bringing it to a higher lever of quality and comprehension."
Nisha Zenoff, Ph.D., author of The Unspeakable Loss: How to Live After a Child Dies. Perseus DaCapo
"When I refer authors to Nina, I'm confident that they'll be working with a committed professional. Nina's expertise includes top skills in editing, supportive guidance, and keen insight into what will make the work shine."
Kedron Bryson, Book Production & Marketing
"With deep respect and admiration for Nina Solomita and her skill and patience in guiding me through the complex pathways of this book and helping me to open the floodgates of memory."
Dan Cort, Downtown Turnaround: Lessons for a New Urban Landscape
"Thank you Nina for your outstanding editorial hand, your commitment to my success and the humanity you’ve shared with me that only comes from someone whose life reason and passion for art has driven you to seek the truth."
Matthew Metcalf-Welch, Novelist
"Thank you for your great fortitude and sense of humor. I loved working with you."
Antonia Gordon Fiske, author of Finders Keepers.
Regarding Writing workshops
"Thank you, Nina. You are a very generous, caring teacher whose own ego doesn't interfere with instruction. Just delightful! It was great to learn from an obvious master of this craft."
Marcia Hardy, Fund Development Consultant
"Nina created a safe place for us to come together, share, and get helpful feedback from others, some of whom are already respected for their work. I liked that there was no pecking order. I felt welcome and equal, and because of that, I will continue to do my work, joyfully uncovering surprises."
Diane Goyette, Theatre Artist and Educator
"Nina skillfully guided us through a process, which indeed allowed for discovery. The classes were always creative, informative, challenging, and affirming with an openness that allowed for magic and synchronicity to abound!"
Marlie Avant, Artist and Writer
"Absolutely everything in the class worked for me. Nina was able to quickly establish and maintain a class that was not only filled with incredible exercises and homework (I particularly liked the One Syllable Monologue, the Character Diamond, the Heightened Language Monologue and the Creative Space cards). In addition, as a group, trust was established immediately, and I felt that everyone's creativity blossomed. Many were able to refine what they were working on and have clear ideas and motivation to complete their work."
Kim Taylor-Blakemore, Author of Bowery Girl, The Companion, After Alice Fell
"I thought I was too shy to write, but suddenly my pen took flight, and I was scribbling lots of stuff that no one did rebuff (it wasn't tough!), and everyone had lots of fun!"
Sonja J. Fox, Artist
"Nina Solomita, a writer’s coach and dramaturg blessed with a well-honed instinct, should occupy a place of prominence in your database. She is one of those unusual people who senses what your story needs and knows how to guide you toward the answer."
Elizabeth Appell, Playwright, Novelist, Screenwriter, Lyricist