Nicole Leigh Shaw began writing as a newspaper journalist in 1999, but has been moving through all the metamorphic stages of the modern writer, except "tortured novelist." Soon she'll emerge as a butterfly or a vlogger. Nicole writes for Cosmopolitan.com, ScaryMommy.com, and has contributed to four anthologies, including the NYT Best Seller "I Just Want to Pee Alone."
In addition to her four kids, two dogs and one husband, she also maintains a blog, a Facebook page, and a Twitter account.
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Nicole has contributed to four anthologies: I Just Want to Pee Alone and I Just Want to Be Alone, I Still Just Want to Pee Alone, Surviving Mental Illness Through Humor. People she does not personally know said nice things about her work. Everyone knows strangers never lie.
Professional Work, Online
- The Huffington Post
- Scary Mommy
- Lifetime Moms
- In the Powder Room
- Bonbon Break
- The Mouthy Housewives
Professional Work, Print
Nicole began her writing career as a beat reporter for North Jersey's Suburban Trends. She covered all the news and features for a two-borough beat. She also freelanced for Business Travel Executive Magazine. Later, she worked for Oxford University Press, Journals, as a production editor.
Moms Fort Wayne
Nicole writes for "Moms," niche publication for Fort Wayne Newspapers. You can read her every-other-month humor columns in the magazine's print publication.
Nicole writes monthly pieces for this local women's magazine in Fort Wayne, IN. Those pieces include a periodic humor column. You can see a sample of some of her printed work online at Glo magazine.
Home Living Indoor+Outdoor Magazine
Nicole also writes monthly piece for Home Living Indoor+Outdoor magazine, foucusing on home decor trends and spotlights on local businesses in the home decorating and home building industries.
Professional Work, Other
Nicole is not just a humorist. In addition to her creative work in comedy, she's penned marketing materials, scripts, pitched treatments for television, and does content editing for anthologies.
Nicole is also an emcee and a speaker. Most recently she was the emcee for the The Blog University's 2014 and 2015 blog conference, as well as the conference's sponsorship coordinator.
She has also appeared on stage reading her original work for Listen to Your Mother 2013 and That's What She Said 2013.
Since 2014, Nicole has worked with Luvs as a part of the Luvs Diapers and Wipes Motherboard. There she creates original humor content and leads social media activations, along with the other talented members of the Luvs Motherboard.
If you're interested in working with Nicole, or in sending her money just for funsies, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.