Some editorial situations call for revising or even rewriting the
copy to make it succinct, organized and well-stated. Other times, it's also necessary to put the text into the
publisher's voice. Yet other jobs require the Editor to retain the voice of the author — perhaps one among many
contributors — along with everything else a Copy Editor does. A Developmental Editor is more a collaborator ...
considering a manuscript from every angle, and returning it to the author with recommendations for
improving it and/or areas of exploration. Sometimes these suggestions require a special level of tact.
I've done all of this, for the newsletters and blogs of Edge Studio,
a volunteer ski club (including cajoling its members to contribute), a small bank, video producers, and
My client(s) restrict access to some of these documents, therefore so do I.
If you are verifiably interested in my editing services, please contact me to have a look.
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