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Helen Bilton

Helen Bilton - Editor

Haywards Heath, United Kingdom

Indexer. Specialist in linguistics, social sciences, birth, parenting and children. Love biographies. Embedded or traditional indexing.

Overview

I'm a professional indexer with over ten years experience. I work on a wide range of subjects but particularly specialise in linguistics, social sciences, birth, parenting and children. Love working on biographies/ memoirs. I offer embedded indexing as well as traditional and enjoy exploring novel ways of indexing. Happy to offer advice on potential projects and provide quotes. Always meet deadlines.

Services
Non-Fiction
Biographies & Memoirs Education & Reference ELT Health & wellbeing Parenting & Families Social & Behavioral Sciences

Certifications

  • Advanced Professional member of the Society of Indexers
  • MSc Information Science
  • MA Linguistics

Work experience

Freelance indexer

Self-employed
January, 2004 – Present (almost 14 years)

Previously worked in information management but turned to freelance indexing when my first child was born. No intention of going back to employment - freelance life suits me. Have worked on hundreds of books over many years for a wide variety of clients including big publishers, indie publishers, authors, packagers, charities and companies.

Portfolio (10 selected works)

Dialect Matters: Respecting Vernacular Language

Peter Trudgill

Dialect Matters: Respecting Vernacular LanguageThis is a quite splendid piece of scholarship, warm and witty, wise and fascinating, masquerading as a newspaper column. You might be familiar with Peter Trudgill's EDP column, but bringing them together like this in a book is an inspired decision by someone. This is a volume that could be read with equal pleasure by lovers of East Anglian dialect... read more

Dialect Matters: Respecting Vernacular LanguageThis is a quite splendid piece of scholarship, warm and witty, wise and fascinating, masquerading as a newspaper column. You might be familiar with Peter Trudgill's EDP column, but bringing them together like this in a book is an inspired decision by someone. This is a volume that could be read with equal pleasure by lovers of East Anglian dialect... read more

Changing English: Global and Local Perspectives (Topics in English Linguistics [TiEL])

This book examines the special nature of English both as a global and a local language, focusing on some of the ongoing changes and on the emerging new structural and discoursal characteristics of varieties of English. Although it is widely recognised that processes of language change and contact bear affinities, for example, to processes observable in second-language acquisition and lingua fr... read more

This book examines the special nature of English both as a global and a local language, focusing on some of the ongoing changes and on the emerging new structural and discoursal characteristics of varieties of English. Although it is widely recognised that processes of language change and contact bear affinities, for example, to processes observable in second-language acquisition and lingua fr... read more

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