Whether you need an expert hand in shepherding your book to self-publication, or you seek skilled editorial management for your organization, I can help. I am well versed in the editorial production process and connected to a network of graphic designers, freelance editors in myriad fields, and print and online vendors.
Over the span of my career, I've managed the production of hundreds of creative projects including books and magazines. I've worked as editorial manager for an editing agency, and as managing editor for a print magazine and an online journal. My career includes over fifteen years of project management in advertising, marketing, and film and event production.
I know how to take a project from concept to completion, with a steadfast focus on collaboration and excellence.
$60 per hour
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Contact me to discuss your editorial management needs and we can outline a plan of action together.
"Jenny worked for me as a production manager, editor, and proofreader. She did stellar work in all areas of turning my writing project into a finished book. She proposed excellent graphic designers and publishers, created a production schedule, and helped me make decisions. Her editing was excellent, crisping up and clarifying my words. I'm very pleased with my book."
— Margot Mash, author of Mishmash: A Collection of True-Ish Stories
"Along with a clear and easy communication style, Jenny brings to her work unrivaled organization, efficiency, and attention to detail. Her skill in project management helps bridge the gap between writing and final production. Her responsiveness and work ethic ensure that projects stay on schedule. To say that Jenny gives each project her all is an understatement."
— Janelle Frazier, art director, Oh So Graphic
"Jenny takes editing to the next level, with a keen eye for cultural sensitivity, accuracy, and ethics. She knows when to crack a joke and never fails to put a smile on my face. Above all, she creates a supportive editing environment that allows writers to feel comfortable with experimenting and stretching themselves for the better."
— Laura Hopper, writer, and curator, Sonic Stitches