A huge variety of editorial, research, writing and project management jobs undertaken with clients that include: David Fickling Books; The Phoenix Comic; Puffin; Compuscript; Egmont; Oxfam; Girl Friday (For Amazon); HarperCollins; Pearson Education; Nelson Thornes; Taylor and Francis; Hachette; Mouseion; Oxford University Press; Marshall Editions; Society for the History of Natural History; The Linnean Society of London; The Natural History Museum; Cactus Communications.
Creating children’s non-fiction titles including: designing layouts; researching, writing and editing text; designing, cutting and fitting in Quark; briefing artists; picture research; indexing and proofreading. (Full-time)
Developing vocational textbooks with authors and publishers; project managing titles to schedule and budget; structural editing; proofreading and technical checking; briefing artworks; picture research; attending photoshoots. (Full-time)
Managing part of children's black-and-white fiction and non-fiction list; structural and copy-editing; copywriting; proofreading; liaison with authors, freelances, licensees and in-house departments. (Maternity cover, full-time)
Overall editorial responsibility for all of Puffin's picture-book, fiction, poetry, non- fiction and popular-culture lists; managing a team of freelance editors and one in-house copy-editor; copy-editing and proofreading. (Maternity cover, full-time)
Managing part of the children's black-and-white fiction list; structural and copy- editing; proofreading; copywriting; liaison with authors, agents, licensees and in- house departments; assessment of manuscripts. (Maternity cover, part-time)
Copy-editing; proofreading; liaison with authors, freelances and in-house departments; fact-checking and seeing to production non-fiction, fiction and poetry and titles spanning ages 7–young adult. (Part-time)
Writing and editing content for integrated illustrated book series, 'Travels and Adventures.'
The ultimate guide to extraordinary, enchanting, and sinster creatures. All over the world, from ancient legends to modern movies, stories about creatures have abounded and this atlas covers them all. Learn their stories and tips on how to survive an encounter of your own!
Oxford Connections books are based on literacy consultant Sue Palmer's 'skeletons' concept whereby the children are shown a text model of the text type with which to write notes using the structure of the 'skeleton' as a guide. Within the titles there are notes, diagrams or pictures that the children will use as the basis for writing a piece of text. A genuinely cross-curricular scheme. Each b... read more
Book: Biology, history
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