Sarah Cloots is a graduate of Rice University and the Columbia Publishing Course; as well as the New York University courses MBA Fundamentals, Fundamentals of Copyediting, and Writing for Children; and MediaBistro's YA Novel Writing. She was an editor at Greenwillow Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Children's Books, for four and a half years.
Sarah has served on the faculty of conferences around the country, including:
Editorial ConsultantsRekha Radhakrishnan has spent the last four years working in communications planning at a global advertising agency in Chicago, but her academic background is steeped in the literary arts. She has both a BA and MA in literature, and is incredibly invigorated by the multitude of diverse voices available to readers today. She spent two years teaching rhetoric and composition to undergraduate students at The University of Massachusetts, and has worked with several literacy-oriented non-profit organizations tutoring students of all ages, and encouraging them to express themselves through writing.
Stephanie Wardach works full-time as an advertising content manager, but has also done freelance copyediting for nearly seven years. Her experience has encompassed a wide range of topics and genres, including scholarly articles and dissertations, technical product manuals, and sci-fi/fantasy novels. One of her favorite projects was copyediting and indexing a collection of essays titled Fashion and Film, published by Indiana University Press. In addition, she is currently enrolled in the School of Continuing and Professional Studies at NYU to expand on her knowledge of copyediting and the publishing process.
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