|Location||Kilmaine, Co. Mayo, Ireland|
Non-fiction copyeditor and proofreader. Are you interested in social policy, linguistics, religion/ theology, development or education? Well, so am I! Among many other topics in the realm of humanities and social sciences. I also work with research reports, narrative non-fiction and memoir.
Copyediting, Proofreading, EFL/ESL editing
Books, Multi-author books, Illustrated books, Educational materials, Grant proposals, Theses and dissertations, Distance-learning materials, PowerPoint presentations
In-house and freelance experience
Freelance since 2021
Word Styles and Templates (Cadman Training) – 2023
Copyediting 2: Headway (CIEP) – 2022
Copyediting 2: Introduction (CIEP) – 2021
Becoming a Proofreader (Proofreading Academy/Knowadays) – 2021
Clients for whom you have worked within the past three years
Cambridge University Press (via Straive), Bristol University Press (via Newgen), Oxford University Press, Envelope Books, O'Hanlon Media
Religious studies/theology (Christianity, evangelical, comparative, Bible, theology, pastoral), language (linguistics, applied linguistics, English language teaching/ELT), education (pre-school/early years, theory and research), politics (current affairs, international development), English literature, philosophy (epistemology, philosophy of religion), social sciences (social policy, charities)
Qualifications and Awards
MA English Language and Literature
Postgraduate Diploma English Language and Literature
MEI/RELSA Certificate in TEFL
Tremendous work. You clearly proved the value of hiring a copyeditor!'
NGO Director – Washington, DC
I was impressed by the work Robert did in proofreading my book. He has an eye for detail which picked up things I overlooked. He has an excellent appreciation of the English language and can identify better ways to express things accurately and succinctly. I highly recommend his work.
Graeme Wylie, author of But God Sent an Angel
I am grateful for Robert’s professionalism and meticulous work on my book. Highly recommended!
Wan-Chuan Kao, author of White before Whiteness in the Late Middle Ages