I'm a professional writer and editor with a PhD in psychology. I recently published a popular science book with Oxford University Press (Are Dolphins Really Smart? The Mammal Behind the Myth), and am currently a co-editor at an academic journal. As a versatile freelance writer, I've published peer-reviewed academic articles, blog posts, humor articles, travel writing, technical manuals, web content, press releases, and much more. Meticulous research and serious attention to detail translate into perfect prose no matter what your writing or...
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Whether your project requires a light-hearted voice with punchy comedic timing, or erudite prose that assures the reader of your expertise, I will be happy to deliver whatever you need. My writing background is diverse: I've authored a non-fiction book on animal cognition, written numerous peer-reviewed scholarly articles, and created marketing and educational content for websites, newsletters, blogs, and social networks platforms. I’ve also created software installation manuals and written grants for the National Science Foundation and other major granting bodies. My popular science writing has won awards from the Wellcome Trust And New Scientist Essay Competition, and I've won a handful of humor writing contests. I do not cut corners or skimp on research – you can be sure that I will have sweated over every sentence, and that your project will receive my personal, full attention.
As a professional editor at the academic journal Aquatic Mammals, I have been providing editing services for scholarly articles at an expert level for over 6 years. This includes editing for grammar, spelling, clarity of prose, general wordsmithing, and ensuring that scientific content is up to snuff. I can provide a professional level of editing services for many document types, including books, journal articles, marketing material and newsletters, résumés and cover letters, white papers, technical manuals, blogs, website content, etc. adhering to whatever formatting...
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