Enago works with more than 250 subject area specialists. All Enago editors are native English speakers and highly qualified, and have an average english editing experience of 19.4 years. Below are the profiles of some of our editors, for your reference.
Ann specializes in copy editing and substantive editing of medical texts and scholarly monographs. In addition to being extremely conversant with the work of non-native authors, having directly interacted with Asian authors during the entire expanse of her career, she helps writers develop a concise, well-organized copy appropriate to an academic audience. She also essays the role of a developmental editor, which involves performing comparative analysis and rewriting to improve overall clarity, readability, and organization. She has held the position of Managing Editor at Appleton & Lange and has edited for renowned publishers like McGraw-Hill Medical Publishers and Elsevier Science (Mosby, WB Saunders).
Dr Harris has authored and edited numerous clinical papers and reports for publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals. He has also served on the editorial boards of world-renowned publications like Blackwell Publishing, Oxford; CABI Publishing, Wallingford, Oxon; CUP, Cambridge; and Out of House Publishing, Stroud, Glos. His specialty is medical editing and proofreading, with focus on anatomy, animal husbandry, biomolecular sciences, physiology, pathology, bacteriology, virology, parasitology, and pharmacology. After graduating from The School of Veterinary Medicine, which is accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Council on Education (COE), Dr Harris practiced as a veterinary surgeon in England and spent most of his time running a branch surgery single handedly, a task requiring a high degree of self-discipline and time management. The qualities of self-reliance and resourcefulness that he developed during this time have helped him in his editing career. His knowledge and skill of clinical examination helps him to edit papers with clinical methodology and deadpan accuracy.
As a Research Manager (Science Writer)/Research Coordinator in the University of Central Florida, Adam has written and edited several biomedical articles and reviews for publication in acclaimed journals like Nature Reviews, Current Neuropharmacology, Nature Medicine, and Trends in Neuroscience. He has also edited, written, and provided administrative support for submission of grant proposals to international institutions and societies like NIH, Hereditary Disease Foundation, United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation, NRSA, AHA, and Huntington’s Disease Society of America. Working with different clients has given him an insight on how to ensure compliance of research projects with agency and university guidelines, apart from the regular editing process. He has attended several conferences held in the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (Cambridge) and is a member of the Cambridge University United Nations Association and Cambridge Development Studies Blog Editor.
For his meritorious work, Adam received the College of Health and Public Affairs Top Honor when completing his Masters course and was also a National Merit Scholar. In his free time, he volunteers at the National Political Campaigns and Police Athletic League Tennis Program.
Liza has edited approximately 2000 manuscripts as a part of her professional editing experience. She writes, edits, and proofreads papers/articles for publication on commercial websites, in databases, and in academic journals (e.g., InPharma, AlterNative), and is extremely attuned to editing research articles and PhD theses for academicians from Asia. She brings wide-ranging experience and expertise in a variety of academic disciplines ranging from Medicine, including Cancer and Cardiology, to Life Sciences, including Microbiology and Food Sciences.
As a part of her Master’s course, she conducted extensive research in the field of Wine Microbiology and also won the Senior Prize in Management and Employment Relations University of Auckland. She is fluent in Afrikaans, a daughter language of German, spoken natively in South Africa and Namibia.
Dr Little has been a medical/technical writer and editor holding various positions, including the Managing Editor at Elsevier in Oxford. Having edited and reviewed papers submitted to high-tier biomedical journals like Science and Cell, he possesses an excellent ability to understand and convey medical/scientific concepts and to communicate effectively with scientists, consultant surgeons, physicians, and pathologists.
Dr Little was a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the University of California, San Diego, before which he was a Research Fellow and Research Associate at the University College London. He is also associated with prestigious societies like European Medical Writers Association, Society for Editors and Proofreaders, and Medical Journalists Association.
Dr Sean has authored more than 35 papers published in high impact journals like Journal of Bacteriology, Journal of Virology, Cell, Nature, Science, and PNAS. He is also a reviewer for journals such as PNAS, Journal of Virology, Virology, Journal of the National Cancer Institute, Cancer Research, and Oncogene. With a strong background in writing and editing scientific documents, including original peer-reviewed research papers, book chapters, and technical articles, this PhD-qualified editor has gained tremendous experience in editing papers written by non-native English-speaking authors. He has also authored books that have been published by reputed publishers like Elsevier, Springer-Verlag, and J.B. Lippincott Co.
Dr Sean has also served as the Director, Research & Development, Santa Cruz Biotechnology. Awards and honors bestowed upon this high achiever include the Federal Technology Transfer Award (National Cancer Institute), the Director’s Award (National Institutes of Health), and the Merit Award (National Institutes of Health).
Madeline has written and edited articles for peer-reviewed publications, including popular journals like AMWA, Review of Cornea & Contact Lens, Expert Review of Clinical Immunology, and Clinical Therapeutics. She has also edited and managed the editorial process for two sections of a major ophthalmology textbook. In her career as an editor, she has also reviewed, analyzed, and summarized the medical literature, focusing on the areas of health economics and patient-reported outcomes. She is known for her flair for writing and editing abstracts, posters, and presentations for medical meetings as well as for execution of health economic research studies, including database studies, decision analytic models, and literature reviews. Madeline is an active member of Editorial Freelancers Association and American Medical Writers Association.
Jason has written and edited reports on current scientific research of laboratory scientists and also composed features for internal and external publication, covering an array of scientific subjects like biology, physics, engineering, and astronomy. Recently, he won the title of “National Academies Science Writer” when he authored a book chapter for The Future of Human Healthspan: Demography, Evolution, Medicine, and Bioengineering Task Group Summaries. He is also an ARCS Scholar, Achievement Rewards for College Scientists. In his editing career, Jason has developed and edited several internal and external publications at institutions including Stanford and magazines including New Scientist, Science (online), Bicycle Times, and Innovation. He was the Editorial Manager for the biannual publication “Parks for Science.” Jason believes that a beautiful aspect of science is its focus on teasing apart the mysteries of how the world works. The sort of nuanced understanding that scientific study provides is just as relevant to determining drought patterns in the Sahel as it is at figuring out how whales sleep or how ribosomes string together building-block proteins from the codes found in RNA molecules. And this is also how he treats academic editing—with tremendous detail and inquisitiveness.
Having served on the Board of Editors in the Life Sciences (BELS), this editor has gained considerable experience in editing technical and academic papers, with emphasis on rewriting the text of non-native English-speaking authors from Asia. In addition, she has edited manuscripts that have been published in peer-reviewed biomedical journals like American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and Nutrition. She has also worked with researchers at the Institute of Nutritional Science, Chung Shan Medical University, Taiwan, and at the Inha University School of Medicine and the Chonbuk National University Medical School, Republic of Korea. She has also edited several papers written by researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Her areas of expertise include clinical nutrition, public health, immunology, genetics, diet and disease, heart disease, lipids, antioxidants, hypertension, molecular biology, and muscle development.
This editor has reviewed academic papers for several high impact publications like Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, General and Comparative Endocrinology, Journal of Applied Aquaculture, Journal of Aquatic Animal Health, Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, and North American Journal of Fisheries Management, and has authored more than 20 papers published in acclaimed peer-reviewed journals like American Journal of Veterinary Research, General and Comparative Endocrinology, and Fish Physiology and Biochemistry. He has also acted as a grant reviewer for institutions like University of Delaware Sea Grant, Louisiana Sea Grant College Program, National Science Foundation Small Business Initiative (NSF SBIR), and University of Texas Sea Grant. Being an avid research scientist in various fields of Biology, especially animal and avian sciences, this editor has also participated in various scientific meetings held by professional societies like The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, The World Aquaculture Society, and The American Fisheries Society of Zoologists, and prepared impactful and award-winning posters for organizations dedicated to disseminating information, like American Fisheries Society and International Congresses of Comparative Endocrinology and the Biology of Fish.
Considered an expert in the field of immunology, this editor has written over 30 academic papers submitted to high-tier biomedical journals like Antimicrobial Agents Chemotherapy, Cell Biophysics, Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, and Journal of Immunology. He is currently affiliated with American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Association of Immunologists, and American Medical Writers Association, and apart from editing for Enago is involved in various academic activities like NIH Grant revision/editing, scientific abstract writing, and writing CME newsletters.
With a wealth of experience and a history of success in medical research, scientific communication, technical writing, and teaching, this editor has over 25 papers published in high-tier journals like Journal of Neurophysiology, Journal of Neuroscience, Journal of Neurochemistry, Learning and Memory, and Hippocampus, with a few more that are underway and pending review. He is a recognized expert in the biological mechanisms of memory, cognitive development, epilepsy, and psychiatric illness, and has worked with some of the most respected medical institutions such as Mount Sinai Hospital, and top universities like University of Toronto at Scarborough College and University of British Columbia. His primary aim is to leverage his over 15 years’ experience in biomedical research and scientific communication and exceptional analytical and communication skills toward helping fellow academicians deliver the best there is internationally.
With over 60 papers published in international peer-reviewed publications like Clinical Nephrology, Pathology, Atherosclerosis Reviews, Cardiovascular Risk Factors, and British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, this editor brings to the table an enviable body of work that has helped him establish a successful career in reviewing and editing. He has till date worked as an editor for over 600 medical and scientific manuscripts, written mainly by Asian researchers. In addition to having around 50-odd abstracts presented at conference proceedings to his credit, this editor has been a contributing member and on the review boards of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Nephrology, Australasian Society for Experimental Pathology, International Society for Clinical Haemorheology, and European Society for the Study of Diabetes.
This editor is a talented, accomplished neuroscientist who focuses upon communicating and educating medical and science professionals about current life sciences research and its optimal translation into useful healthcare outcomes. She has authored multiple manuscripts in leading neuroscience/psychiatric journals like Schizophrenia Research, Neuropsychopharmacology, Biological Psychiatry, Arch Gen Psychiatry, and Synapse. Of note, one article was the subject of a special editorial in which the study was hailed as a “measured milestone in schizophrenia research.” She has also been credited with being the first author of an article that is one of the top ten most cited articles in Schizophrenia Research for a three-year span. With several years of editing experience, she has perfected the ability to communicate clearly and understand non-native English speakers. This editor is an expert in multiple scientific experimental areas including immunoassays, protein biochemistry, molecular neurobiology, neuroanatomy, neurodevelopment, and neuropathophysiology, to name a few.
This editor, who also practices as a pediatric audiologist at Australian Hearing, is expert at editing an academic body of work into the best that it can be, whether it is a thesis, a medical journal, an annual report or website content. What makes her background unique, is that she is not only a native English speaker but also has a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Linguistics. This has enabled her to refine her knowledge and application of the English language. Furthermore, her degree in Diploma of Publishing (Professional Editing & Proofreading) has helped her to develop her skills as an editor and proofreader in the earlier stages of her career, which were later strengthened by exposure to a plethora of documents with varying purposes, like business documents to theses, from websites to instructional manuals, from novels to short stories and biographical text to marketing articles.
This editor, who also is on the board of The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, has specialist experience in substantive editing, copyediting, proofreading and management of peer review for documents on anatomical dissection, evolutionary anatomy, neurobiology, developmental biology, biochemistry, molecular biology and genetics. Her firm ambition to write for a living makes her an ideal editor, a paradigm through which she can help other authors from her field prosper and publish their works internally. A testament to this is the fact that her science writing has featured in UCL Science, a publication for schools to inspire tomorrow’s scientists, and that she is in the process of preparing research that she undertook during her PhD for publication in a top-level international journal such as Nature.
This editor has over 15 years of research in specialized fields like cardiovascular, pulmonary, and inflammatory diseases. She has published numerous articles in some of the most influential peer-reviewed journals like Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, Journal of Biological Chemistry, European Journal of Pharmacology, American Journal of Physiology, and Molecular Medicine. She is also on the board of several international journals like Open Arthritis Journal, Open Rheumatology Journal, ISRN Pulmonology Journal, International Journal of COPD, and Drug Metabolism and Toxicology. In addition to being an experienced editor and reviewer, she has also established herself as a renowned scientist with over 3 million dollars in grant funding, discovering a new signaling network regulating airway clearance, and inventing a new diagnostic tool for obstructive respiratory diseases, among other achievements.
A medical writer and neuroscientist with over 8 years of experience in academia, this editor has studied both neurotrauma and Alzheimer’s disease with an emphasis on pre-clinical therapeutic applications. With immense medical writing experience and a strong publication record in major journals (published over 10 high caliber peer-reviewed journal articles), this editor has also been invited to write a review article for the journal "Current Opinion in Neurology." He can be summed up as a productive independent researcher with excellent communication and team skills, with the added advantage of being well-versed in in regulatory guidelines, such as International Conference on Harmonisation, and CONSORT, two important parts of life sciences academia and clinical research. Another feather in his cap is that he is also an ad hoc reviewer for NH&MRC project grant applications, which adds to his expertise on handling a wide variety of manuscripts.
This editor has a solid scientific background, and is experienced in not only scientific text editing but also website content development and technical documentation. She has been editing academic documents for over 5 years, which includes correction and polishing for non-native English writers, specializing in natural sciences: genetics, molecular biology, cell biology, cancer biology, biomedicine, and related fields. Papers edited by this editor have been published in prized journals like BMC Bioinformatics, Proteomics, International Journal of Developmental Biology, and Nucleic Acids Research. In addition to writing and editing papers, this editor has also undergone training at the Biological Research Centre, Szeged, Hungary and Cambridge University, England for specialized research techniques.
Dr Shirley, a former professor in the Astronomy Department of Cornell University, has edited numerous manuscripts and articles written by Asian authors intended for publication in high-tier journals like Astronomy & Astrophysics and Advances in Physics. She has also published peer-reviewed technical papers and dissertations and presented posters at national conferences. In particular, she specializes in communicating complex ideas to a non-technical audience. During her stint as a student researcher, she was instrumental in testing a popular data analysis tool developed for the Spitzer Space Telescope. Her work at the university included extending the code for inferring elemental abundances from planetary nebulae spectra and integrating software packages for modeling stellar and nebular radiation. She has not only guided and mentored students on introductory Physics and Astronomy but also performed collaborative research with many of her peers in the same field. Dr Shirley also held the position of the Question Answerer for “Ask an Astronomer” at Cornell University.
With close to 15 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry and an excellent academic background, Rosina has the knowledge and understanding to write, edit, and comment on a wide range of medical and pharmacological subjects, with particular expertise in cardiology, wound management, respiratory health, and hematology. After graduating from the University of Durham with a first-class degree in Chemistry and then from the University of Nottingham with a PhD in Biochemistry, she embarked on a career in regulatory writing and editing, including a stint at the pharma giant Sanofi Aventis. Since then, she has edited a wide range of manuscripts for several medical education groups, journals, pharmaceutical companies, and academic institutions. She has many long-standing clients comprising both ESL and non-ESL authors and writers. She was also associated with Medical Action Communications (formerly part of the Quintiles group), which deals with the concept of continuing medical education.
Rosina began her editing association with Enago in 2009.
Dr Dirk has edited and critiqued numerous fiction and nonfiction works, including master’s theses and technical papers. He has been awarded the first-person narrative best fiction or drama in the 64th Annual McKinney Writing Competition at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He has an excellent command over the nuances of the English language. Dr Dirk actively participates in and presents writing workshops with a group of dedicated writers and editors. As an Assistant Professor at The College of Saint Rose (New York), he not only teaches computer science students programming and program design techniques but also guides students to develop technical writing/editing, design, and programming skills in numerous computer science and engineering courses.
With more than 20 years of industry experience under her belt, this editor is an expert in creating documents that satisfy both subject-matter experts and users and in editing and rewriting the work of others to the same end. She has written well-received articles on photonics, sonar arrays, lithium batteries, computer architecture, and related topics for several science and technology publications. She is also adept at devising and amending editorial style and indexing guides. In addition to being an accomplished science writer, technical writer, and technical editor, she spearheaded an early SGML-based document-management initiative, and designed and managed intranet project-management and publications-resources websites.
This editor has over 20 Publications, Reports, and Conference Proceedings to her name, published in specialized journals dealing with Oceanography. Apart from being a technical editor contributing to articles accepted in publications like Blackwell Science and a paraeducator at a public school in Maryland, this editor also managed the editing operations at the Graduate School of Oceanography and for two volumes on Assessment, Sustainability, and Management of Large Marine Ecosystems when working with the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration. During this stint, she was exposed editing and coordinating peer reviews of approximately 60 papers from two international symposia, from which she gained immense experience. This also entailed working with authors from many nations and substantially rewriting papers written by non-native English speaking authors.
This multilingual editor who is also a Member of the Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE) has authored papers in reputed journals like IEICE Transactions and Limnology. With extensive experience as a science editor and an innate understanding of Asian culture, this editor specializes in the fields of Systems Engineering and Space Communications Engineering. His research areas included electromagnetic compatibility & estimation methods involving extensive simulation of wireless network models to implement WLAN models, research results of which have been presented at several international conferences. This editor has amassed extensive experience in technical fields like microwave communications, digital electronics, electronic devices and circuits, and systems engineering, and has also taught students majoring in these subjects. He has also developed laboratory exercises for several courses and attended several workshops to further expand his realm of expertise and application.
This editor whose career spans many years in software development companies has extensive experience and training in technical writing and editing, communications, internet marketing, among other things. He currently works with a publishing house that publishes digital versions of research journals, newspaper articles, and magazine articles, and is responsible for researching and writing research articles on various subjects. Because of his uber technical background, he is extremely adept at implementing new project technologies and software tools. He was also responsible for managing technical writing projects, managing writers assigned to projects, and developing and editing manuals when he worked as the Director of Documentation for one of his past companies. All in all, he can be summed up as a highly motivated editor and writer with the skill to design, develop, and edit technical and academic manuscripts, especially those from the computer sciences and IT domain.
Having completed his PhD research on the electronic behavior of small-scale semiconductors, this editor is currently applying his skills to research on biological systems at the molecular scale. He is a published author of papers accepted by leading journals like Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, Physical Review B, PNAS, and Physica E, and is also on the Editorial Board of Applied Physics Research. He has gained research experience in nuclear physics (Weizman Institute in Israel) and particle physics (CERN), before specializing in different aspects of nanotechnology. With this exposure to a broad spectrum of scientific fields, this editor possesses enough background to understand the principles and jargon in a scientific text, while retaining the innocence of a lay reader. Currently a member of the Institute of Physics and the European Association of Science Editors He has also accumulated a number of publications in peer-reviewed research journals and understand the requirements of scientific writing and of clearly presented quantitative data
Currently a registered professional geologist in Wyoming and a member of the Geological Society of America, this editor has dealt with many manuscripts destined for the USGS series of publications or for publication in international peer-reviewed journals published by other geological organizations, both civilian geological associations and government agencies. In addition to conducting scientific research related to describing the physical, mineralogical, and chemical characteristics of ore deposits, this editor is also a qualified reviewer for documents written by non-native English speaking authors. He also edited a book prepared by geologists from the Minerals Commission of Ghana and the text accompanying a new metallogenic map of Argentina prepared by geologists from the Geological Survey of Argentina.
This editor has over 50 published manuscripts to her credit. With nearly 12 years of editing and proofreading experience, she is extremely skilled in writing and revising science and technical manuscripts in the fields of organic chemistry, physical chemistry, biochemistry, and medicinal chemistry. The journals in which her papers have been published include Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry, Journal of Combinatorial Chemistry, and Tetrahedron Letters. For her work with Journal of Medicinal Chemistry and ACS, she has also received a letter of appreciation from the editor-in-chief of this journal, thereby cementing her position as as one of their top tier reviewers.
Eric has a vast experience in editing economic and financial material for high-tier academic journals as well as highly placed executives in business and government, including the Treasurer of the U.S., the Director of the U.S. Mint, a Federal Reserve governor, the Commanding General of U.S. Army Europe, and numerous Fortune 500 and 1000 CEOs. As an academic writer and editor and former college instructor of English composition, he displays particular strengths in British and American literature. Moreover, he is well versed in technical issues of constructing a manuscript for clarity and professional presentation.
Eric has published nine books and dozens of articles in national and international publications concerning economic, financial, and investment topics. Apart from being a content reviewer for two major publishers, he has also taught economics, money & banking, and corporate policy at several universities, and delivered courses in Treasury securities and financial markets for Wall Street professionals and the former U.S. League of Savings Institutions.
Jane has edited papers and dissertations for international PhD students as well as for researchers in the fields of education, marketing, and economics. She specializes in editing manuscripts written by non-native English-speaking authors. Her overall editing experience is quite varied, ranging from a healthy mix of academic articles and theses/dissertations to books on health and technology, user manuals and quick guides, and self-published novels. She has also written and edited several grant proposals to national, state, local, and foundation funders for a number of non-profit organizations with a high success rate (>75%).
Apart from a busy editing career, Jane has active interests in teaching and education. Further, she has been instrumental in creating and teaching college courses, both on-campus and online, in topics like global diversity, humanities, and skills for lifelong learning. As a part of her professional profile, she has also created conference brochures, programs, and project newsletters for a teacher in-service education program at a university.
Andrea has been editing manuscripts related to English literature and law for over five years. She has edited over a two hundred manuscripts and enjoys working with non-native English speakers. In her distinguished career as an attorney at law she has not only written court memoranda, orders, and motions for dissolution litigation and child-custody disagreements but also negotiated, authored, and edited pre-nuptial agreements, court memorandum, motions, and legal research memorandums. She has also authored and edited six book reviews.
Apart from editing, her professional expertise extends to developing educational programs and researching and writing lecture material to enable continual awareness of legal developments. Her interests include creative writing, reading classic literature, and painting.
Dr Teresa D has extensive experience in copy editing, substantive editing, and content development for paper and electronic media. Her editing services include work by ESL authors and writers from Japan, Taiwan, China, Iran, and Israel. She elevates the writing venture to a greater level of excellence and the finished product to a publish-ready form.
Dr Teresa D believes in keeping herself up-to-date with the various happenings around the world and attends ongoing professional courses at industry conventions like ASTD and STC. She is one of the very few editors with rich experience in both Arts and Business & Management.
Eileen is a meticulous, conscientious editor with a keen eye, attention to detail, and broad cultural literacy. Her expertise ranges from copy editing to technical writing in various disciplines of the Arts and Humanities. Also included in the list of her distinguished academic achievements is the role of a peer reviewer for Clio: A Journal of Literature, History and the Philosophy of History (Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne). Till date, she has edited over 350 manuscripts and provides professional editing services for ESL authors who wish to publish scholarly articles in peer-reviewed English-language journals. She authored a book on World War II Women’s Literature in 2004 (Women’s resistance literature of World War II: a comparative analysis of French and German women’s short stories and novels about the anti-Nazi resistance within a historical framework). Her research areas broadly include twentieth-century prose fiction (French and German), politics and literature, and West European studies. She keeps herself updated on de novo topics by actively participating in nation-wide conferences and discussions. After her stint in the Illinois State University as a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Teaching of Writing, she assumed various teaching positions including Adjunct Instructor in Queens University of Charlotte and Lecturer in Indiana University-Purdue University.
Tamara has accumulated several years of editing experience through editing academic articles in several fields, including medicine, business, economics, science, and technology. She has a rich editing background that comprises editing business, personal, technical documents, journal articles, and other documents in English for clients, many with English as a second language. Her methodology includes not only correcting English grammar, spelling, and punctuation but also reorganizing text, refining contextual information, and conforming documents and references to journal instructions. In addition to the editorial body of work, Tamara has over 8 years of experience in mergers and acquisitions on Wall Street, and her responsibilities included transaction execution, client management, and board presentations, among other things. This background helped her greatly in building her editing and project management skills. In her free time, she enjoys photography, yoga, and watching movies.
This editor has not only evaluated and critiqued manuscripts but also edited dozens of books in a variety of fields, including both fiction and nonfiction. The recipient of an award from Colorado Independent Publishers Association (CIPA) for the best edited book of 2008, this editor who has also served as the Director of Undergraduate Studies when working at Southern Illinois University, has edited various academic papers focusing on Language & Literature. Further, he has published articles and reviews in several international journals like American Literature, American Literary Realism, English Language Notes, English Studies, The Explicator, The Henry James Review, and Papers on Language & Literature. In addition to fulfilling his role as the Director of Publications at a publishing company and supervising the production of publications, he has also taught and designed a wide variety of literature and composition courses, thereby enriching his already-extensive realm of expertise.
Skilled at translating complex language and ideas into comprehensible prose, this editor excels at successfully completing short and long-term projects while working independently, and writing clearly, succinctly, and gracefully. Having successfully published her work with esteemed publications like the Cambridge Scholars’ Press, she not only is experienced in proofreading and content editing, but also is qualified in instruction, with over 9 years of experience teaching literature and composition at the university level. Her publications include academic articles, book reviews, study guides for educational websites, and her writing style ranges from conversational prose pieces and academic language to formal writing and SEO-rich content. She has dabbled in proofreading and content editing in several genres, including educational materials, web content, novels, fiction, self-help, textbooks, resumes/CVs, doctoral dissertations, articles published in academic journals, cover letters, college applications, and correspondence.
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