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In this post, we’ve featured 10 top book editors in Montreal. Read on to learn about them and their editing services.
1. Kate Juniper
Kate Juniper is a professional self-employed book editor working out of her location in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Proficient in working on material written in Canadian, British and American English, Kate offers editing services like developmental editing and editorial assessment. She holds a graduate degree in English literature and certification in copy editing and substantive editing.
Kate Juniper can support writers working on biographies and non-fiction self-help books, as well as LGBTQ fiction, literary fiction, short stories, and women’s fiction. She’s been self-employed since 2016 and has also worked for organizations such as Nimbus Publishing, Heritage House and Routledge Press. Some of Kate Juniper’s editing includes books like “The Lost Sister” by Andrea Gunraj, “Lay Figures” by Mark Blagrave, and “The Codfish Dream” by David Giblin.
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Situated in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Laura MacAulay is a professional freelance book editor. She’s working on her certification in publishing from Ryerson University and has been editing professionally since 2019. Her editing services include developmental editing, copy editing, editorial assessment and query letter review.
Laura MacAulay is able to work on material written in both Canadian and American English. Writers working on non-fiction biographies and books on health and wellbeing, as well as comics, fantasy novels, picture books and novels for young adults, can go to Laura for editing support. For a better idea of Laura MacAulay’s editing, look at “The Lovely One” by Naemi Tiana, “The Starbugs save the Earth” by David Jaraiz Sanchez, and “There’s So Much I Need to Say to You” by Sutton Tell.
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3. Amy Butcher
Amy Butcher is an experienced self-employed book editor who works out of her location in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She focuses on editing fiction writing such as mystery novels, crime novels, thrillers and suspense novels, and is capable of working in Canadian, British and American English.
Amy Butcher is capable of providing developmental editing and editorial assessment and has over 16 years of experience as a self-employed editor. Learn more about Amy Butcher’s editing by looking at some of her edited books like “The History of Things to Come” “The Devil’s Architect” by Duncan Simpson and “Van Gogh in Peppers: A Self-Portrait of Male Depression” by Christopher Scott Downing.
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Located in Montreal, Quebec, Nancy Wallace is a professional freelance book editor. She is fluent in Canadian and British English and can deliver writers with editing services like copy editing and proofreading. She is a specialist in editing non-fiction books on topics like business, management, career guides, entertainment and music.
Aside from Nancy Wallace’s self-employed editing business, which she’s been working at since 2014, her professional history includes editing for Kogan Page Ltd and serving as a music department manager at Foyle’s Bookshop. Nancy Wallace’s portfolio includes “Be A Free Range Human: Escape the 9-5, Create a Life You love and Still Pay the Bills” by Marianne Cantwell, “Fashion Logistics” by John Fernie and David B. Grant, and “Coaching in Times of Crisis and Transformation” by Liz Hall.
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5. Leila Mars
Leila Mars is an experienced independent book editor based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She offers developmental editing, copy editing, editorial assessment and proofreading in Canadian English. Since 2007, Leila has been working as a self-employed writer and editor, as well as providing web design and marketing services to clients.
Leila Mars’ professional experience includes delivering government services, and textbooks and working with publishers and authors. Leila Mars has completed edits on books like “Food for Our Grandmothers: Writings by Arab-American and Arab-Canadian Feminists” by Joanna Kadi, “Blindshot” by Denis Coupal, and “Home Sickness” by Chih-Ying Lay and Darryl Sterk.
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6. Alana Walker
Bilingual in French and English, Alana Walker is a professional freelance book editor working out of her location in Montreal, Quebec. Her editing services include copy editing and proofreading in both Canadian and American English. Alana is able to edit both fiction short stories and non-fiction written material about agriculture.
Alana’s academic background includes certification in French and an undergraduate degree in communication and media studies. Alana Walker’s recent professional experience working with Lufa Farms, Inc. has provided her with unique insight and knowledge about how to communicate about topics surrounding green technology, food and other related topics.
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Bruce Baldwin is an experienced self-employed book editor who works out of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Proficient in Canadian, British and American English, Bruce Baldwin can provide developmental editing, copy editing, editorial assessment, and proofreading for clients. Launching his company, Greentree Communication, in 2007, he’s been providing quality editing services for almost 15 years.
Bruce Baldwin can edit a wide range of material, including non-fiction books about technology, transportation and travel, as well as action novels, humor novels, mystery and crime novels, and science fiction. Bruce Baldwin’s editing can be seen in books like “As We Are” by Stephanie Roberts.
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8. Mati Ceitlin
Montreal, Quebec, Canada is home to Mati Ceitlin, a professional freelance book editor. The self-employed editor has nearly 12 years of experience in her role as a professional editor, where she’s been able to continue developing the passion that she had as a child as part of her professional calling.
Fluent in American English, Mati Ceitlin offers copy editing, editorial assessment and proofreading to clients writing non-fiction books on history and Judaism, as well as historical fiction, fiction novels for middle graders and young adults, short stories and fantasy novels.
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Sharonne Cohen is a professional freelance book editor and writer located in Montreal, Quebec. She holds a Master’s Degree in English and is in the process of completing her Ph.D. in English Literature. She has over 11 years of experience as a freelance book editor and is an asset as an experienced writer who has experience with research skills and publishing.
Sharonne Cohen provides editing services like copy editing, editorial assessment and proofreading for material in Canadian and American English. Writers working on African American fiction, contemporary fiction and non-fiction books about art, biographies, education and entertainment can trust Sharonne to help improve their manuscripts.
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10. Lesley Trites
Situated in Montreal, Quebec, Lesley Trites is an experienced self-employed book editor. She offers clients developmental editing, copy editing and editorial assessment for books in Canadian, British and American English. Writers working on non-fiction books about computers and technology, or coming-of-age fiction, contemporary fiction and short stories can expect Lesley Trites for high-quality editing support.
Lesley’s academic background includes a graduate degree in English Literature and a certificate in copy editing. In addition to her own freelance editing, she has professional experience working at the Montreal Review of Books and Manning Publications. Learn more about Lesley Trites’s editing by looking at her portfolio, including titles like “Irresistible APIs: Designing web APIs that developers will love” by Kirsten Hunter, “Reactive Application Development” by Duncan DeVore et al., and “Modern Fortran: Building Efficient Parallel Applications” by Milan Curcic.
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