Michael Huber is owner and founder of the Millionth Monkey editing service. Michael has been an editor and staff writer at The Chicago Sun-Times, The (Louisville) Courier-Journal, and The Miami Herald. He was a journalism professor at Florida International University and associate director of the Knight Foundation’s Project for Writing in Journalism. He is co-author of the college textbook "Words Into Flesh: How to Think Like a Writer." Michael holds B.A., M.A. and J.D. (magna cum laude) degrees. He was Editor-in-Chief of The University of Miami Law Review and Executive Editor of The Daily Business Review. Michael also is a licensed attorney. Millionth Monkey provides professional editing services for authors (fiction and nonfiction), publishers, scholars, self-publishers, businesses, law firms, and website designers.
Proprietor of a professional editing service for authors (fiction and nonfiction), publishers, scholars,
self-publishers, businesses, website designers, nonprofits, attorneys and anyone else
who appreciates that, when the stakes are high, the prose must be clear,
clean and crisp.
Please see resume at www.linkedin.com/pub/michael-f-huber/3a/a8a/9a7
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