I'm a curator and editor based in Brooklyn, NY. While I primarily work with scholars on their academic writing —I've provided developmental assistance and copy editing for graduate students, junior scholars, and tenured professors—I also have experience working with poets, fiction writers, and essayists. My areas of expertise include art and architectural history, performance studies, media studies, cultural studies, international development, and sociology. I received my BA from UC Berkeley, and my MA from Brown University. I have been working as a freelance writer and editor for 6+ years.
Since 2013, I've been working as a freelance editor, primarily helping students and junior scholars hone their academic writing. I've also worked with novelists and self-help writers to copy edit and proofread their final manuscripts.
While in college, I worked at the University of California Press, helping to prepare books for paperback publishing.
In his ambitious and fiercely inventive new novel, The Lost Time Accidents, John Wray takes us from turn-of-the-century Viennese salons buzzing with rumors about Einstein's radical new theory to the death camps of World War Two, from the golden age of postwar pulp science fiction to a startling discovery in a Manhattan apartment packed to the ceiling with artifacts of modern life.Haunted by a ... read more
From Wounded to Woman: The Keepsake is a strengthening and inspiring book of progress, of the journey from pain to love. Jennifer Flores invites you to take a page from her book— literally— and heal yourself with words. Flores' warm prose and sage, yet simple, advice make this a work to be cherished, reflected on, and returned to for years to come.
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Editor and writer with higher ed/academic expertise: textbooks, digital products, instructor supplements, and more! Fast, thorough, can-do.
Publishing professional & vinyasa yoga practitioner & teacher, passionate about finding a way to combine the two.