Lisa Rabey

Copy Editor, Copy Writer, Ghostwriter, Writer

Taxonomy Temptress | Content Creator | Alliteration Ally

Lisa Rabey is the internet. She’s been writing online since she started her first blog on Geocities in 1996 which grew into a popular personal blog which she kept until 2017 when she then moved on to writing newsletters. She is also active Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

She has written on a wide breadth of topics ranging from mental health to culture criticism and media reviews as well as creative non-fiction. She has written for B2B on social media and technology as well as she’s been published on sites such as mindbodygreen, A Practical Wedding, and TalkSpace. Lisa has also produced ebooks, social media management, and she has edited several online ‘zines as well as blogs. You can find her clips at http://lisarabey.wordpress.com and her full resume at https://lisarabey.wordpress.com/resume/.

She like Doctor Who, Guinness, and Jane Austen in equal amounts and she watches a lot of period television shows and superhero movies. Lisa lives in Kentucky and despite how many times she’s tried bourbon (or whiskey or scotch), she finds it to be the devil’s drink.
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Wayne State University, Master of Library and Information Science
Central Michigan University, Master of Arts
United States|English
Publications

Published Content

12
we are/i am by Lisa Rabey
internetvoid.com
we are/i am by Lisa Rabey

"we are/i am" is a flash fiction story (about 400 words) that asks the question: who is the woman every singer, writer, and artist dreams about. She's the temptress and the virgin. She's the creator and the destroyer. Sometimes she is blonde, brunette, or a redhead. Who is she?

July, 10 2018
Waste Land - UICA FIlms review
therapidian.orgArticle
Waste Land - UICA FIlms review

A review of the movie "Waste Land."

February, 26 2011
Feedback: Letters to LJ, February 15, 2014 Issue
lj.libraryjournal.com
Feedback: Letters to LJ, February 15, 2014 Issue
February, 26 2014
Twitter hits its 10 billionth tweet: What this means for you
archivemediapartners.com
Twitter hits its 10 billionth tweet: What this means for you
Your Virtual Front Door: Defining the Use of Social Media for Archives and Libraries: Part V
archivemediapartners.comBlog Post
Your Virtual Front Door: Defining the Use of Social Media for Archives and Libraries: Part V

I wrote a five part series on how and why libraries and archives should use social media.

November, 9 2010
Speaking Up
americanlibrariesmagazine.orgArticle
Speaking Up

Before #metoo exploded, I wrote about sexual harrasment from colleagues in the library profession.

June, 10 2014
I've Had Bipolar Disorder For 20 Years. Here's How I've Learned To Manage It.
mindbodygreen.comArticle
I've Had Bipolar Disorder For 20 Years. Here's How I've Learned To Manage It.

An extended listicle on how I've managed my bipolar disorder over the years.

September, 17 2015
Devil’s Advocate: Just Because I Divorced Him Doesn’t Mean He’s Not My Best Friend
apracticalwedding.comArticle
Devil’s Advocate: Just Because I Divorced Him Doesn’t Mean He’s Not My Best Friend

My ex-husband and I have remained the best of friends since we divorced and this is why.

March, 21 2017
When Anger and Emotions Run Your Life
talkspace.comArticle
When Anger and Emotions Run Your Life

One of the side-effects of several mental illnesses is anger. This is not typically addressed when we talk about mental health so I wanted to start a dialogue on the topic.

June, 7 2017
Kingsman: The Secret Service
noflyingnotights.comArticle
Kingsman: The Secret Service

A review of the graphic novel, "Kingsman: The Secret Service."

March, 29 2018
Batwoman Vol 1: The Many Arms of Death
noflyingnotights.comArticle
Batwoman Vol 1: The Many Arms of Death

A review of the graphic novel "Batwoman Vol 1: The Many Arms of Death."

May, 8 2018
@ Copyright No Flying No Tights 2016
noflyingnotights.comArticle
@ Copyright No Flying No Tights 2016

A review of the graphic novel "Jane" which is a pastiche of "Jane Eyre."

February, 22 2018
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