I have had the pleasure of working with many authors directly either prior to submitting their manuscript or to prepare for self-publishing. Some of these clients and projects are listed below; however, this is by no means a complete portfolio of all manuscripts I have worked on as some clients prefer to remain confidential.
“Data Recovery” – Nicholas Jennings, accepted in the Brave New Girls anthology; stylistic and copy edit; 2017
Vancouver sci-fi anthology – edited by Ellen Michelle; structural and copy edit; 2017
Water – edited by Nina Munteanu and Ellen Michelle; copy edit; 2017
Frozen Statues – Lori Fraser; copy edit; 2017
“Scilla’s Monster” – Elisha Betts, accepted in the Brave New Girls anthology; stylistic and copy edit; 2017
The Magnum Opus – Christopher and Christine Kezelos; stylistic and copy edit; 2016
Megan Survival Anthology – edited by Ellen Michelle; structural and copy edit; 2016
Collidor Stream Collection – edited by Jennifer Lott and Ellen Michelle; structural and copy edit; 2016
Holy War 2nd Edition – Lynda Williams; copy edit; 2016
Touching Strangers – Stacey Madden; copy edit and proofread; 2016
Pretend to Feel – Richard Rosenbaum; copy edit and proofread; 2016
But When We Look Closer – Susan E. Lloy; copy edit and proofread; 2016
The Fatalists – Patrick Blennerhasset; copy edit and proofread; 2016
Nobodies – Chris Gilmore; copy edit and proofread; 2016
I have had work published for a number of projects that I have worked on including content for my book review blog Scribbles, Quibbles, and Scrawlings, volunteer work for Editors’ Association of Canada, and my internship with Western Living magazine. Here I list a few articles that have been published, but this list is by no means exhaustive.
Editors’ Association of Canada West Coast Blog
A brief overview of the PubPro session on Markua cloud services by Peter Armstrong.
A brief overview of the concepts and materials taught at an Editors’ Association of Canada workshop that I attended. (2016)
Western Living Magazine
An article about a father and son design team from South Surrey that managed to receive a nomination for a prestigious London design award. (2016)
A brief review and introduction to Jennifer Cockrall-King’s book Food Artisans of the Okanagan. (2016)