I write articles, book reviews, stories and podcasts. I edit historical novels, academic papers, books, magazines and articles. I choose work based on what feels worthwhile and a good fit. I do structural and developmental editing and also copy editing. I love to collaborate.
My specialist areas are natural history, foraging, ecology and climate, education and fiction.
Book Review: Wild Fermentation by Sandor Ellix Katz
Podcast: Lessons from Linehan
Short Story: Eve’s Two Sons
What People Say About My Editorial Work
“You’re doing an absolutely great job here. Incredibly helpful … It’s really a delight for me too to pull back the curtain and let another actor in backstage … It’s great to have other eyes, sharp eyes they are too, on this MS. Thank you for the encouragement.”
“Made me really think”
“Phew, that was amazing! I’ve never been edited before 🙂 Made me really think about things. Anyway, loved the process, and thanks so much for doing all the work … I would love it if you would like to edit my next volume.”
On the Blog
- Towards a Response to the Climate and Ecological CrisisIf you don’t hang on to that [1.5 degree highest global warming] goal, what you’ll achieve is a total disaster – António Guterres, Secretary General, United Nations No major advanced industrialised country is on track to meet its pledges to […]
- Finding Community, and Delicious Food, in CSAs2020 has been quite a year. There was much to appreciate for me during the first lockdown: the simpler life we found ourselves living; the wonderful spring weather; the time spent foraging and working on the vegetable plot; the walks; […]
- In Pursuit of a Climate-Friendly Pension – Part 4: FundsThis blog series begins here. Intro In my last blog post, I looked at portfolio balance. This post is about funds. It’s worth noting that funds are not the only thing you can invest in with a SIPP – you […]