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A group created for editors to display their services for the benefit of the independent writers among us.

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In search of Editor for comic

Started by Nelo Maxwell Jan 19, 2012. 0 Replies

Hello Good people. I am an aspiring comic book writer who is looking for an editor on a new 22 page project I am currently working on. If you are interested or want more details on the project please…Continue

They turn your gold to brass

Started by Whiyayul & Diop Malvi. Last reply by Jan S Mar 7, 2011. 3 Replies

Are there any credible editorial services?   How can you tell the grade A, the mediocre, and the give me your money- its great- I know a publisher, kind?Continue

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Comment by Valjeanne Jeffers on March 7, 2011 at 12:29pm
Hi I'd like to offer my services as a free lance editor. My prices are very affordable. I've joined Mocha Memoirs editing staff and I've also begun accepting new clients. I will edit your manuscript (proofread and/or heavy edits) and place it in the trim size of your choice, if requested. I can also convert into a pdf file that is ready for uploading; as well as covert your manuscript into ebook file. Contact me at sister24moon@gmail.com
Comment by Wanganegresse on October 6, 2010 at 2:50am
Hi everyone, this is Sheree Renée Thomas waving from Memphis! I edit mostly fiction and have edited several memoirs. Two of my anthologies, in the Dark Matter series, were honored with the World Fantasy Award and one was named a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. I'm a former Co-Chair of the National Writers Union and have been working in publishing for 15 years. I began at Random House, then freelanced for several other major publishers, before launching my own business.

I love writing and love working with writers, especially science fiction writers, so thanks for inviting me here.

Right now I'm editing speculative poetry for Strange Horizons, the online magazine (an award-winning, professional market). Please visit the zine’s submission guidelines, read what they have published in the past, and send your best speculative poetry--or encourage your SF/F clients to consider doing so. Strange Horizons is a great magazine that was the pioneer in online science fiction publishing.

http://www.strangehorizons.com/

I am also a juror for the annual Carl Brandon Society awards. The Carl Brandon Parallax Award is given to works of speculative fiction created by a self-identified person of color. This Award includes a $1000 cash prize. The Carl Brandon Kindred Award, named in honor of Octavia E. Butler, includes a $1000 cash prize. The award is given to any work of speculative fiction dealing with issues of race and ethnicity; nominees may be of any racial or ethnic group.

In summary, if you are a writer of color who has published a SF/F novel, story collection, or a story in another publication, please visit the website posthaste and send your work. Right now we are looking at works published in ’09, but we will also begin reading works for ’10 in January. The nomination deadline for SF/F works published in 2010 is February 28, 2011.

http://www.carlbrandon.org/

http://www.carlbrandon.org/awards.html

All Best,

Sheree Renée Thomas
Author & Editor, Cetera Editorial Services

*Dark Matter: A Century of Speculative Fiction from the African Diaspora*
(Warner Aspect Books) Winner of the World Fantasy Award, 2001
New York Times Notable Book of the Year

*Dark Matter: Reading the Bones*
(Warner Aspect Books) Winner of the World Fantasy Award, 2005

Look for my fiction in *80! Memories & Reflections on Ursula K. Le Guin* (Aqueduct Press, available now!)
http://www.aqueductpress.com/

Look for my new short fiction and poetry collection, *Shotgun Lullabies* (Aqueduct Press, forthcoming January 2011)
Comment by K. Ceres Wright on August 27, 2010 at 12:35pm
Send me a PM.
Comment by Whiyayul & Diop Malvi on August 27, 2010 at 12:19pm
A heavy edit for an author revised work. A proofread for a rough draft.
Comment by K. Ceres Wright on August 27, 2010 at 12:03pm
That would depend on what services you want. Do you want a proofread or a heavy edit? Or something in between?
Comment by Whiyayul & Diop Malvi on August 27, 2010 at 11:59am
Not enough subscribers and advertisers, and mediocre writing inside. How much a 336 p. work gonna cost a kid,say?
Comment by Susan Bryant on August 27, 2010 at 11:48am
Yes, working as a contractor and dealing with pricing has been a new experience for me. I am a former, 15-year newspaper editor -- 10 of those at the South Florida Sun Sentinel. I started my career as a copy editor, but was quickly promoted to an assignment editor. That involved working with staff and freelance reports, helping them develop their stories and then editing them comprehensively for content and depth, etc. So, I am skilled in both kinds of editing.
Comment by Jan S on August 27, 2010 at 8:52am
Thanks to Milton for asking me to join this group; I've been busy and didn't know about it before he informed me, :)

I'm also an editor, specifically a freelance proofreader and copy editor. I have a website (which you can find if you search for Peregrine Editorial Services) which is still under construction but has contact info.

I agree w/Milton's advice on how to select a book editor. Finding the right editor for one's work is the same as shopping for the right car or house: it's worth your time to ask around among other writers, visit at least a handful of websites offering editing services to compare pricing and services, and waiting 24 hours before making a final decision.
Comment by Susan Bryant on August 26, 2010 at 10:24pm
To jump into Milton's and Valjeanne's discussion about pricing, I charge by the hour, because everyone's quality of writing is different. So, I ask to review the work the author/writer wants edited, then give an quote, based on how long I estimate it will take me.
Comment by Susan Bryant on August 26, 2010 at 10:21pm
What happened to the black magazines of the '90s? http://bit.ly/cowThW
 

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Posted by KENNETH E JAMES on November 18, 2017 at 12:53pm 0 Comments

That's right i said it Challenge for the week if you are an Artist,Writer, whatever the case. If you are a writer do 10 Pages a day for the next week and prove it by Saturday the 25th. That is 70 pages by one week. Now here is the caveat you have to do it in the time frame of your normal day if you cant than try using an hour by hour schedule to see what you are doing that is wasting some time. Nuff said we are all adults here we go! 

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Posted by Geoff Thorne on November 17, 2017 at 12:32pm 2 Comments

Also, I launched my comics line last month with WINTERMAN COMICS #1

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The comics are sold digital-only on AMAZON (for now. other outlets when i get some free time to make the appropriate files)



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