Beth Jusino is an award-winning writer, developmental editor, teacher, and publishing consultant with almost twenty years of experience helping individuals share better stories.
Beth is the author of Walking to the End of the World (Mountaineers Books, 2018), a travel memoir about hiking a thousand miles on a 900-year-old pilgrimage trail that won the Barbara Savage "Miles From Nowhere" Award. Her independently-published book The Author’s Guide to Marketing: Make a Plan That Attracts More Readers and Sells More Books (You Might Even Enjoy It) won a bronze medal in the 2015 Independent Publishers Book Awards.
Beth is also an active ghostwriter, collaborator, and collaborative editor for story compilations, memoirs, parenting guides, and business books. She's partnered with writers published by Simon & Schuster, Baker Books, Bethany Publishers, Nortia Press, and more.
Beth is a member of The Author's Guild and the Northwest Editors Guild and teaches the crafts of writing and marketing at dozens of conferences and gatherings each year. For six years, she led a full-day “Guide to Getting Published” seminar for writers at the University of Washington’s Experimental College, and now regularly teaches writing and publishing classes at libraries across the Pacific Northwest.
Beth grew up near the New Jersey shore and earned her BA in political science. She lives in Seattle.