GdS Editorial Services is here to meet your needs. I have more than 25 years of experience in media and journalism, academic publishing, corporate communications, and public and private agencies. My services include line editing (language and paragraph-by-paragraph organization of content, and rewriting), copy editing (spelling, grammar, punctuation, syntax, usage) and developmental editing (structural work, including rewriting, on an existing manuscript or development of a new one).
My subject matter expertise is broad, encompassing social science, the humanities, popular culture, social and political issues, health and public health. I am not intimidated by technical material.
I have edited nonfiction books for major trade and academic publishers, including Cambridge University Press, Hatchette Publishing Group, Palgrave Macmillan, and Perseus.
I also edit for nongovernmental organizations and think tanks.
As a senior editor with the New York City Health Department, I edited and wrote publications for the public, health care professionals, and other audiences: scientific and progress reports, brochures, guides, fact sheets, and manuals. The publications provided vital information to literally millions, in New York and beyond.
I work with many style guides -- Chicago, MLA, AP, New York Times, as well as UK (Butcher's/Cambridge). I edit and proofread using Microsoft's "track changes" function and Adobe Acrobat's editing tools.
My expertise includes working with writers who are not native English-speakers. I will ensure that language presents no barriers to getting your book, article, or other writing projects published.
I have a Certificate in Editing from Poynter News University/American Copy Editors Society and am a member of the American Copy Editors Society (ACES).
I also am a published nonfiction author, so I will be sensitive to your style and tone, helping you to say what you want to say as effectively as possible.
Get in touch so we can discuss your needs and how we can work together.
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