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Cassandra Filice, Write to the End
I spent nine unforgettable years teaching high school English at an international school before shifting focus exclusively to Write to the End. The best part of my job is connecting and constantly learning.
I’ve worked with not-for-profits creating web content, national organizations ghost writing books for clients, and individuals working on a variety of materials, from dissertations to memoirs.
I’m thrilled to work with best-selling authors from Simon and Schuster to offer writing and editing retreats on the Bonavista Peninsula.
I’m a member of the Professional Writers’ Association of Canada, the Writers’ Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador, and the Editors’ Association of Canada. I’ve completed courses on substantive editing, copy editing, plain language, and stylistic editing.
Available for: Manuscript evaluations, Editing (all levels), Writing (various mediums and content), Project management
Areas of interest: Fiction, Poetry, Art, History, Mental Health, Education, Business Development, Food and Travel
Ready to Write to the End? For more information, visit www.writetotheend.ca.
Nigel Moses, Write On Editing Services
Let Write On Editing Services increase the clarity, coherence, consistency and accuracy of your work. Looking for interdisciplinary expertise on scholarly writing in all academic disciplines from archaeology to zoology?We provide high-quality editing and writing services mainly for university faculty, graduate students and professionals seeking writing excellence.
Nigel’s editing expertise arises from his long-time experience as a professional editor, university professor, educator and medical research mentor. Nigel has a BA archaeology and MA in social anthropology (University of Calgary), and a PhD in the sociology of education (University of Toronto/ Ontario Institute for Studies in Education).
He has experience editing article and book manuscripts, research proposals, grant applications, dissertations and theses, research reports, curriculum vitae, course outlines, cover letters, websites, literature reviews, professional communication and artist statements. As well, he has authored several articles that have appeared in Canadian Journal of Higher Education, Histoire Sociale/ Social History and Historical Studies in Education. Nigel works closely with Sobia Shaikh, a professor of Social Work at Memorial, who has additional expertise in social work, economics, policy studies and critical race and gender studies.
Contact email@example.com or call 709-730-5426.
Visit our website: http://www.writeoneditingservices.ca.
Jocelyne Thomas is an editor, folklorist, and avid reader. Passionate about words, stories, culture, and history since childhood, she is an unrepentant bibliophile and fervent enthusiast of words and language.
She has worked in books for more than 25 years—as editor, researcher, writer, and retailer. In between editing books, she has managed an archival digitization project, transcribed legislative debates, researched episodes for a French-language television series, and most recently has been editing transcriptions for public inquiries.
She is a member of the Editors Association of Canada. Recent works edited by her include an historical fiction series; a women’s guide to concealed carry of firearms; an English translation of a Spanish-language graphic novel; and a forthcoming political biography of Sir Robert Bond.
Bilingue en anglais et français, Jocelyne peut vous assister dans vos recherches dans les deux langues, ainsi que pour la traduction de textes du français en anglais.
Available for: Editing (all levels), Research, Writing, Transcribing, Project Organization & Management, Translation (French-to-English).
Areas of interest: Fiction, Academic Non-Fiction, Folklore, History, Culture, Languages
Sandy has been providing editing and writing services to a broad range of clients in Newfoundland and Labrador and beyond since the 1990s. Projects she has contributed to include museum exhibits, art publications, non-fiction books, government reports, print promotions, advocacy materials, corporate communications, and web sites. She is happy performing tasks as focused as copy-editing or as broad as serving as managing editor of a publication. She particularly enjoys helping clients make the words and graphics/imagery of their messages work together to greatest effect.
Sandy was honoured to receive Editors Canada’s Tom Fairley Award for Editorial Excellence (2012) for her work on Where’s the Catch: The Fish We Harvest from the NW Atlantic (by Wade Kearley, Boulder Publications). Five additional non-fiction books she edited have won provincial or regional awards and she is the co-author (with Ian Warkentin) and editor of Birds of Newfoundland (published 2010).
Do you have a project you’d like to discuss? Contact Sandy by email.
Mark Butt, Ironclad Writing
Mark is an editor, writer, streamer, and aspiring game designer. He completed the editing certificate program at Simon Fraser University in 2020, capping off a career shift after almost a decade working as a lawyer in St. John’s. Working with words is his true calling, and drafting legal briefs and research memoranda just wasn’t enough for him.
Before switching over to editing, Mark received a Bachelor of Arts from Memorial University (majoring in English) in 2006, and a Bachelor of Laws from the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University in 2010.
In 2019, Mark launched Ironclad Writing, an editing and content writing service with a special focus on tabletop games—board games, role-playing games, and the like. He will edit anything he can get his hands on, though.
Mark is a co-coordinator of the Newfoundland and Labrador twig of Editors Canada (alongside the patient Sandy Newton) and spends his spare time working on games, thinking about games, and, naturally, playing games.
Need an editor? Get in touch with Mark via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or head to ironcladwriting.com!