Writer + Editor
Robin is a writer and editor in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She worked as a staff writer for three years and as the food editor for two years at Weekly Alibi, the local alt-weekly paper (RIP). She now contributes to edible New Mexico, Southwest Contemporary, and New Mexico Magazine.
Robin writes about food, agriculture, art, and racial justice in the American Southwest.
In 2019, Robin opened Harvest Moon Books, a little bookshop that can be found both online and in Nob Hill, Albuquerque. Here, she sells books largely by POC, queer, and trans authors.
In her free time, Robin likes to take road trips, soak in the hot springs, and hike in the mountains of New Mexico.
El Palacio—The Magazine of the Museum of New Mexico
Copyedit quarterly publication on the history, art, and culture of New Mexico and the Southwest
Contributed weekly to city news and arts & literature sections
Managed food section: writing, assigning, and editing weekly content
Worked with team of freelance writers and reader submissions
Created new editorial tone and content focus on local farms, Native American foodways, and women in food
Contributed regularly to music, news, food, and arts sections
The Author Incubator
Edited non-fiction manuscripts for online boutique press
Coached writers through first to final draft
Writer and Editor
Contribute regularly to edible New Mexico, Southwest Contemporary, Albuquerque the Magazine, and New Mexico Magazine
Writing and editing copy and editorial for various clients: novel manuscripts, annual reports, product descriptions, and content marketing