"Impressively impeccable." -- Paul Holberton
Heading to Music City Masquerade 2017 as the Chicago Manual of Style
I served as the Frist Art Museum's lead editor from 2014 to 2021. I'm now the communications manager for Vanderbilt University Medical Center's Department of Biostatistics.
I've worked on more than forty projects for Vanderbilt University Press, primarily as a copy editor
and sometimes as a preformatter, proofreader, or indexer. Some of the books I've helped with:
William G. Acree Jr., Everyday Reading (2011)
M. Cristina Alcalde, The Woman in the Violence (2010)
Jose Amador, Medicine and Nation-Building in the Americas, 1890–1940 (2015)
Ester Carolina Apesoa-Varano and Charles S. Varano, Conflicted Health Care (2014)
Michael Avery and Danielle McLaughlin, The Federalist Society (2013)
Lesley Bartlett and Ofelia Garcia, Additive Schooling in Subtractive Times (2011)
Deborah Cohn, The Latin American Literary Boom and U.S. Nationalism during the Cold War (2012)
Jerry Elmer, Felon for Peace (2005)
Nora Jacobson, Dignity and Health (2012)
Deborah Kowal, The China-US Partnership to Prevent Spina Bifida (2015)
Matt Leighninger, The Next Form of Democracy (2006)
Andrés I. Prieto, Missionary Scientists (2011)
Akiko Tsuchiya and William G. Acree Jr., Empire's End (2016)
Sherry Velasco, Lesbians in Early Modern Spain (2011)
Maite Zubiaurre's Talking Trash: Cultural Uses of Waste received Vanderbilt's Norman L. and Roselea J. Goldberg Prize for best book in the area of art or medicine in 2020.
Nora Kenworthy's Mistreated: The Political Consequences of the Fight Against AIDS in Lesotho received the 2016 Goldberg Prize.
Esther Isabelle Wilder's Wheeling and Dealing: Living with Spinal Cord Injury received the 2004 Goldberg Prize.
Rosalie G. Riegle's Doing Time for Peace: Resistance, Family, and Community was a Choice "Outstanding
Academic Title of 2013." Riegle received the Oral History Association's Vox Populi Award for "Outstanding Achievement in Using Oral History to Create a More Just and Humane World."
Robert Cummings's Lazy Virtues received the Modern Language Association's Mina P. Shaughnessy Prize.
A Life of Control: Stories of Living with Diabetes, by Alan K. Graber, Anne W. Brown, and Kathleen Wolff, was named one of the best consumer health books of 2010 by Library Journal.
The Secret: Love, Marriage, and HIV, by Jennifer Hirsch, Holly Wardlow, Daniel Jordan Smith, Harriet M. Phinney,
Shanti Parikh, and Constance A. Nathanson was named an
Outstanding Academic Title of 2010 by Choice.
I have also worked on books published by Cambridge University Press, Stanford University Press, and others.
At Duthie Learning, I edited scripts for the following clients:
Hazardous Materials Transportation, 2008
Anti-Money Laundering & Export Controls, 2005
Life of a Deal - Marine, 2005
Physical Damage Coverage, 2006
Department of Defense - Military Healthcare System
AHLTA Dental Training Series, 2006
Introduction to the Medicare IRF-PAI, 2006
2006 DRG Coding Course, 2006
Inpatient Psychiatric Facility Regulations and Requirements, 2005
Outpatient Rehabilitation Therapy, 2005 and 2006 (program updates)
Medicare Fraud and Abuse, 2005
Inpatient Psychiatric Facility Prospective Payment System, 2005
Outpatient Laboratory Billing, 2005
Overview of the UB-92, 2005
Forecast Budget Training, 2009
HIPAA: How We Protect Patient Privacy, 2006
As the author of numerous courses and texts,
I am familiar with the experience of receiving as well as supplying edits.
"“I must congratulate you on a fastidiously (in a good sense) clean text, and not only clean but clear. This book comes extremely well prepared." -- Paul Holberton feedback on Medieval Bologna, a catalogue I line-edited for the Frist Art Museum
For more information, please e-mail
me. I look forward to hearing from you.