As editor of a small-town, nontraditional newspaper, I grew to love the challenge of editing. Much of the paper was submission based, so I needed to edit material from a large scope of abilities, while maintaining each community member's voice. It was more than just finding grammatical errors – it was a chance to help others best craft their messages and stories.
I moved on from newsprint to magazine, editing several national craft and doll-collecting publications. As a niche industry, and one that wasn't a natural fit for me personally, I needed to learn quickly and familiarize myself with the subject matters, while ensuring the magazines continued to hold a valued place within the high-end craft and doll collector communities.
In addition to currently serving as editor of All The Dirt! Racing News and The Country Register of Wisconsin on a part-time basis, I extend my editing services to my clients. Perhaps you want a once-through on your website ... or maybe you need someone to edit all of your print material you use to market your small business.
No project is too big or too small. My fees are based on a per-word structure, in most cases. Per-word fees will vary in amount depending on the depth of work requested.
Once I have looked at the project, an estimate will be given and we proceed from there.