|Dedicated to Peace & Equality — Southwest Independent Publisher est. 1986|
author of My Soul's Journey collected poems
Originally from Central Massachusetts, W.C. Aldridge moved to Chicago and eventually settled on Chicago's west side, "the best side." She holds a BA in English and an MAED in Curriculum Technology, and worked as a high school teacher and tutor before beginning her freelance writing career in the education field. Since branching out into creative writing, she has written for magazines, created materials for book publishers, and contributed to life stories through ghostwriting. Aldridge currently writes her own column, Purposeful Gospel Profiles, which features profiles of gospel artists with a focus on the inspiration behind their music. Aldridge placed 2nd in the 2003 Nubian Poets' Black History Month Contest, was chosen as a finalist for the 2017 Palm Beach Poetry Festival / African American Fellowship, and is a 2018 ACT ONE Hollywood Writing Program graduate. She lives in Chicago, Illinois with her husband.
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