I’ve been working with other people’s writing in some capacity or another for over a decade. For eight years I worked for Harvard University Press, where I did copyediting, proofreading, and project management, and I hired and supervised freelancers. I managed several large-scale digital projects (the Dictionary of American Regional English, the Loeb Classical Library, and the Emily Dickinson Archive), and I coordinated the launch of the Murty Classical Library of India—a facing-page translation series of works in Indic languages.
I’ve also done copyediting for companies like Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Yale University Press, Cornell University Press, the Museum of Fine Arts–Boston, and I’ve worked directly with authors of women’s fiction, YA, fantasy, literary nonfiction, and mainstream fiction. I have a Master’s degree in writing and publishing from Emerson College in Boston. I’m currently a full-time freelancer based in London, England.