Chloe Longstreet, Awen Books and More
Chloe Longstreet, Owner

Chloe Longstreet graduated from Columbia University in May of 2012, with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Anthropology.  After graduating, she determined that she really wanted to get into the book industry, since writing and editing is her true passion. She has yearned to become an author since she was five years old, and she was penning her own books at an age where most children have not yet even learned to read. It took another four years until the vision for Awen Books and More was fully formed, and another six months or so for the initial launch.

Chloe has edited several books, some of which have been self-published by the author. She also works as an editor for an online political news blog. She has written several compelling short stories, copy for clients as a ghostwriter for their social media accounts, and was the ghostwriter for a novel on police corruption.

When she isn’t working or spending time with her daughter, Chloe is dedicated to learning more about ways to improve Awen Books and More and the overall customer experience.

You can learn more about Chloe by reading an interview conducted by Clancy Tucker, an author from Australia, and posted on his website.

Chloe can be contacted via email at

Julie Wehmeyer
Julie Wehmeyer, Independent Digital Media Producer

Julie Wehmeyer is an experienced writer and editor who published her first poem in an anthology when she was just 11 years old!  She is an alumnus of Berklee College of Music where she was a Merit Scholar in Songwriting.  Julie has won numerous lyric writing and songwriting awards with pieces recorded and published nationally and internationally.  She has had articles published in a number of well known magazines such as Playgirl, Reader’s Digest, and Cat Fancy.  In addition, Julie has prepared and edited numerous grant applications at Harvard Medical School, UT Southwestern, and Baylor College of Medicine.  She has also developed in house newsletters for Amerisource, the Texas Hemophiliac Assocation, and Oncology Concepts.

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