Editorial services

September 10, 2009 at 12:02 pm Leave a comment

If you need help polishing that piece of writing, have a look at Sterling Editing for tips and pointers or better yet, professionl editing one-on-one.  SE is founded by Nicola Griffith and Kelley Eskridge.

Why This Is Good For You

Many people who offer editing services have never had a story, essay or book professionally published. They’ve never worked with an agent or publisher. They may have excellent theoretical knowledge — but we believe there’s no substitute for experience.

We are expert writers with excellent editing, teaching and coaching skills. We can help you both improve your writing and meet the challenges of a writer’s life, whether you’re trying to build a career, make a mid-career transition, carve out time from your busy life to work, or understand how the money works.

Our Approach

Our goal is to help your work be the best it can be, and to help you be a better, more productive writer.

We believe that anyone who is willing to work hard can improve their writing skills. Talent can’t be taught, but craft and skills can.

We will always be clear and honest with you about our perception of your work and your strengths and weaknesses as a writer.


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