“It was certainly a pleasure working with you. Your ability to quickly grasp topics of which you had little previous knowledge and hit the ground ‘writing’ was critical to our success in completing our project under very tight timelines.”
Hazel Cail, MLA Liaison and Implementation Coordinator
Alberta Future Summit 2002
 
Turning “junk into things” back


When our son was little, he was an inventor who saw worlds of possibility in the unlikeliest objects. “That’s not junk,” he would pronounce. “You can use it to make things!”

Good editing takes the same approach.

Skilled editors can see the possibilities in the roughest of drafts or the barest sketches of ideas. And they can transform your words into documents that sparkle.