I am an editor and writer specializing in nonfiction. I have provided developmental editing and/or copyediting for many book-length works (including twenty books for University of California Press), and I am the principal copyeditor for six different peer-reviewed journals. I have edited work in (for example) sociology, evolutionary biology, urban planning, water resources management, civil engineering, and quantum mechanics. The last book I worked on was Stephen Daubert, Between the Rocks and the Stars: Narratives in Natural History (Vanderbilt University Press, 2020). I have also published as an author in the peer-reviewed literature; see my article here. My résumé is here. Write to me at email@example.com, or call (301) 919-0229.
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