Jodie McLeod is a copywriter, journalist and editor, and former editor of Flying Solo (2012-2014).
After working in publishing, editing a number of magazines in Sydney, Jodie moved to the Blue Mountains and leapt into solo life as Flying Solo editor. In this position she got to rub virtual shoulders with the community's many writers, gasbag with members on social media and get naked as host of Flying Solo's Work in the Nude Day.
Now, Jodie works as a copywriter in between looking after her daughter and dreaming about other projects she'd also like to be working on, including the Deadline Party.
Jodie also has a degree in creative writing, and likes to dabble in writing fiction and the occasional lyric and melody.
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