What I’ve Worked On

In my twelve-year editorial career I’ve worked on a wide variety of publishing projects, including trade books, academic references, digital courses, and self-published books.

Currently, as a full-time freelance editor, I focus almost exclusively on nonfiction book projects. I’m a happy omnivore, and I really enjoy working on different genres and topics. I’ve worked on memoirs, essay collections, guidebooks, humor titles, criticism, general nonfiction, prescriptive nonfiction, and educational nonfiction. The subjects have spanned a wide range, including business, fitness, travel, history, sports, literature, relationships, satire, film, and elder abuse. I’ve edited works translated from Czech, German, Danish, and Serbian.

See below for a list of notable projects I either edited or provided editorial assistance to.



Red and Me: My Coach, My Lifelong Friend by Bill Russell (May 2009)

Master of War: Blackwater USA’s Erik Prince and the Business of War by Suzanne Simons (June 2009)

The Hidden Life of Deer: Lessons from the Natural World by Elizabeth Marshall Thomas (November 2010)

Terminatrix: The Sarah Palin Chronicles by Editors of the Wasilla Iron Dog Gazette [satire] (September 2008)

It Could Happen Here: America on the Brink (October 2009)

Oxford University Press

Oxford African American Studies Center [online reference]

Oxford Biblical Studies Online [online reference]

Oxford Islamic Studies Online [online reference]

Soomo Learning

Early World Literature [edited anthology, multiple editions]

Modern World Literature [edited anthology, multiple editions]

Global Development [edited anthology, multiple editions]


The Paris Husband: How It Really Was Between Ernest & Hadley Hemingway by Scott Donaldson (Simply Charly Books, 2018)

Butchertown by Thomas Burchfield (Ambler House Publishing, 2017)

North Carolina Adventure Weekends: A Traveler’s Guide to the Best Outdoor Getaways by Jessie Johnson and John Schneider (Menasha Ridge Press, 2017)

Mount Shasta: A Guide to Climbing, Skiing, and Exploring California’s Premier Mountain by Andy Selters and Michael Zanger (Wilderness Press, 2017)

The Unofficial Guide to Las Vegas 2018 by Bob Sehlinger (Unofficial Guides, 2017)

Southbound Traveler: An Outsider’s Journey into the Heart of SEC Fan
 by James March (Sailor Saint Press, 2017)

A Colored Girl Speaks: Meditations on Race and Other Magical Things by Andrea G. Hunter, PhD., University of North Carolina–Greensboro (forthcoming)

From Immigrant Son to Legendary Scout: Nine Decades of Baseball with Al LaMacchia by Addison Walton (self-published, 2017)

The Wolf at the Door: Undue Influence and Elder Financial Abuse by Michael Hackard, Esq. (Hackard Global Media, 2017)

Luck & Disasters by Philipp Koenig (edited English translation from the German)

What’s So Special About the Danes? by Stephanie Madsen (edited English translation from the Danish)

Searching for Oedipus: My Quest for the Meaning of an Ancient Masterpiece by Ken Glazer (Rowman & Littlefield, 2018)

“Critiquing Modernism: The Unorthodox Orthodox, 1950s–1960s” [book chapter] by Dean Lampros (Routledge, 2018)

The Million Dollar Greeting: Today’s Best Practices for Profit, Customer Retention, and a Happy Workplace by Daniel Sachs and Janet Scott (Apollo Publishers, 2018)

The Workshop Survival Guide (2019) by Rob Fitzpatrick, author of cult entrepreneurship book The Mom Test

HIIT Your Limit: High-Intensity Interval Training for Fat Loss, Cardio, and Full Body Health by Len Kravitz (Apollo Publishers, 2018)

The Trinket Shop ‘At the Lucky Hand’ by Goran Petrović (Kurodahan Press, forthcoming; edited English translation from the Serbian)

Beer & Meth: Inside Capitalist Czech Republic (2018) by Jakub Ryska and Pavel Splichal (edited English translation from the Czech)

33 Percent Rockstar: Music, Heartbreak, and the Pursuit of Rock Stardom by S. C. Sterling (March 2019)

Alzheimer’s, Widowed Stepmothers & Estate Crimes: Cause, Action, and Response in Cases of Fractured Inheritance, Lost Inheritance, and Disinheritance by Michael Hackard, Esq. (2019)

Limited Duty by Tadeous Furlepa (2019)

Confessions of a Radical Sociologist by Fred Pincus (Adelaide Books, 2020)—via The Writer’s Ally

Unafraid: A Survivor’s Quest for Human Connection by Niyati Tamaskar (2019)