PO Box 2
Moline, Illinois 61266-0002
Mobile: 414 587 5212
Therese Guise is an artist and writer. Ms. Guise has a Bachelor of Arts, in Studio Art, from Northern Illinois University. At N.I.U., she studied illustration, painting, drawing, and printmaking.
Ms. Guise studied writing with Judy Bridges, and State of Wisconsin and City of Milwaukee Poet Laureate, Marilyn Taylor, Ph.D. Her writing strengths include proofreading (text, graphics, and MLA Style), copy editing (Associated Press, Hamilton Publishing, and Chicago Manual Style), research, and poetry.
Therese Guise specializes in proofreading, copy editing, blogging, research, and art. She has proofread text, graphics, poetry, and post-secondary dissertation drafts. As a copy editor, she has Associated Press Style experience and familiarity with the Chicago Manual of Style. She also has experience writing personal histories (family histories), as well experience with fact-checking and research. She uses her experience in the medical field, as a professional and a patient, to write a wellness blog: BeWellandB12. Her interest and participation in creative pursuits informs her creative blog: “Therese: The World is My Atelier.”
- Newspaper copy editor for Hamilton Publishing, Mesa, Arizona.
- Proofreader for PhD dissertation. Proofreader for graphics, printing parameters, color accuracy, and text, Kraft Foods Packaging Department.
- Interviewer and writer for personal history.