Former writer-editor for Time-Life Books and English professor with a heart for helping first-time authors communicate clearly.
Professor Emerita of English
Director of Writing Across the Curriculum (1992 - 2016)
Founding Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning, and Assessment (2003 - 2016)
Copy-edited manuscripts as a Writer-Trainee during a stint in the copy-editing department.
Edited consultants’ chapters about nature and science.
Wrote essays for the World War II and Seafaring series.
Note: My name was “Teresa Pruden” then.
Teresa M. Redd, Karen Schuster Webb
Logan, Shirley Wilson, Slater, Wayne H., Wible, Scott, Enoch, Jessica, Coogan, Robert, Donawerth, Jane, Scanlon, Molly J., Ritter, Kelly, Redd, Teresa, Sawyer, Paul, Fahnestock, Jeanne, Glenn, Cheryl, Gee, James Paul, Canagarajah, Suresh, Perryman-Clark, Staci M., Bazerman, Charles, Herrick, James A., Eyman, Douglas, Wysocki, Anne F., Yancey, Kathleen Blake, Hesse, Douglas D.
Duane H. Roen, Lauren Yena, Veronica Pantoja, Eric Waggoner, Susan K. Miller
The Friends of Freedom is a fictionalized historical novel based on true events and inspired by the heroism of a remarkable inter-faith and multi-racial group of men and women. The story begins in antebellum Philadelphia when the city was a hotbed for the abolitionist movement and a major crossroads for the Underground Railroad. The novel's main characters were real life "free persons of color... read more
Melinda Gore, December 2022
Jacqueline P Walker, December 2022
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You Make Me Brave Book, September 2022
Jacqueline P Walker, July 2022
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20+ year publishing professional providing editing and consulting on book proposals, nonfiction books, and query letters
Twin Cities, MN
I've edited more than 40 non-fiction books, on subjects as diverse as Shakespeare and serial killers, Terry Pratchett and Arsenal.