NOTE: I am fully booked through June 2020. I cannot keep scheduling so far in advance; unfortunately, this means I won’t be accepting new projects or clients until January 2020. I can refer you to another talented editor in the meantime, if you’d like. Thank you for understanding.
For fiction, I edit book-length (50,000 words or more) thriller, mystery, historical fiction, and speculative fiction (science fiction and fantasy) manuscripts. I do edit graphic novels, visual novel and narrative game scripts, and comics (web or print) sometimes, too.
For nonfiction, I edit essays and articles about anthropology, archaeology, and history; constructed languages (conlangs); death and grieving across cultures; international humanities and art history; and travel.
I spoke about authorship as entrepreneurship at the 2017 Tallahassee Writers Conference and Book Festival. In November 2017, I spoke with the EFA Boston Chapter about editing fiction. At the ACES: The Society for Editing conference in April 2018, I spoke on panel about finances for freelancers, and I also presented my own individual talk on constructed languages in fiction. I would love to give a talk or lead a workshop at your next event!