Creative Career

With a decade of professional writing and leadership experience, and an emphasis in marketing and creative entrepreneurship, I offer personalized support in the realms of project planning, writing, marketing & organizational development to assist you in fully actualizing your vision.

My special area of focus is helping artists, small businesses, heart-centered entrepreneurs & non-profits hone their messaging and develop a practical strategy to thrive while doing meaningful work that they love.


  • Produced over 100 community events

  • Produced over 500 client blog posts & emails

  • Co-founded 5 non-profit arts organizations

  • Ghostwritten 2 full-length books

  • Published 2 independent literary anthologies



  • CSULB “Audience Choice” Pitch Competition Winner

  • Professional Artist Fellowship, Arts Council for Long Beach

  • Idyllwild Writers Week Fellowship


  • PEN America Emerging Voices Fellowship

Selected Projects

2018 - Literary Workshop Leader, California Center for the Book
2018 - Co-host/Organizer, Poetry on the Rocks
2018 - Promotions Manager, OUT LOUD: A Cultural Evolution
2016 - Founder/Organizer, Surprise the Line Poetry Workshops
2016 - Co-founder, Long Beach Literary Arts Center
2016 - Co-founder/Organizer, FORTHE Media
2016 - Founder/Organizer, Off the Page: The Story Behind the Stanzas
2014 - Co-founder/Editor-in-Chief, Lucid Moose Lit
2014 - Writer/Editor, Lakeshore Learning Materials
2013 - Campaign Co-Coordinator, The 60 Seconds Fix
2012-Present - Content Manger, SEO Savvy
2012 - Managing Editor,
2011 - Independent Reporter,

Education & Professional Development

2019 - CSULB Beach Entrepreneur Boot Camp
2016 - Center for Council Training I
2015 - PEN America Emerging Voices Fellowship
2013 - Emerging Leaders Network Training
Empowerment Through Collaboration
2010 - B.A. in Sociology, Minor in Literature
UC Santa Cruz (Dean’s Honors)

Photo by Carmen Sima

Photo by Carmen Sima


Nancy Lynée Woo is an incorrigible optimist, a recipient of the 2018-2019 Professional Artist Fellowship from the Arts Council for Long Beach, a 2015 PEN America Emerging Voices Fellow, and the author of two chapbooks, Bearing the Juice of It All (Finishing Line Press, 2016) and Rampant (Sadie Girl Press, 2014). She’s released a poetry-music CD, Face the Blaze (Blacksheep Music Productions, 2014) and has had poems published in numerous journals. She teaches poetry workshops called Surprise the Line and is co-founder of the Long Beach Literary Arts Center. She has a degree in sociology from UC Santa Cruz and lives in Long Beach, Calif. with her mischievous cat, Reiki.

To learn more about her poetic life, please visit



“Whatever you think you can do or believe you can do, begin it.
Action has magic, grace, and power in it.”
— Julia Cameron