Working toward perfection
Over the past ten years, I’ve worked as an editor for a number of different publishers. I began as a copyeditor for a newspaper before moving on to book publishing and educational software. As a freelancer, my emphasis has been on books, although I have also edited websites, marketing projects, and grant proposals.
Some of the publications I’ve worked on include:
2 Degrees Too High
by Yann Arthus-Bertrand and GoodPlanet
We've all heard the bad news on climate change, but there is a positive side as well: it has created a new form of global responsibility.
"An important work for understanding modern China's desire to shake off its 'century of shame.' It takes us to a deeper level of understanding China's sometimes fragile national psyche."—Ian Johnson, Wall Street Journal
- Food & Wine
The head barman from the Hemingway Bar at the Ritz Paris invites you to sample some of the world's greatest cocktails through 140 original recipes.
*A Booklist 2008 Editors’ Choice*
Crusading features prominently in today's religio-political hostilities, yet the perceptions of these wars have been deeply distorted by the language and imagery of nineteenth-century European imperialism.
"Essential reading." — China Perspectives
East Asian democracies are in trouble, their legitimacy threatened by poor policy performance and undermined by nostalgia for the progrowth, soft-authoritarian regimes of the past.
Clients include: Columbia University Press, University of California Press, MacMillan Audio, Lonely Planet, Éditions Flammarion, Éditions de la Martinière, Cheng & Tsui, Bookmatters, Réseau Varèse, Culture Shock, and Peter Lang.