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Resource: freelance editing

(post provided by David Lancy)

I would like to share some helpful information. For the last few years, I have relied heavily on the services of an editor to “clean up” my prose and to organize formatting, citations, references, indexing and the like. Jennifer Delliskave—a former student—has edited three books and, roughly, eight articles/chapters for me. She has spared me 100s of hours of proofing and editing—tasks which aren’t among my favorites. One consequence is that Jennifer is extremely well versed in academic editing, especially in the anthropology of childhood and youth field. Continue reading Resource: freelance editing