Eric Mintz (left), author of Politics, Power, and the Common Good, is pictured in Ethiopia.
The following are some of the textbooks and related material I have worked on as a substantive editor, copy editor and/or proofreader:*
- A variety of sociology and business projects for Nelson Education Canada in recent times, including an innovative all-digital course. Substantive editing.
Avoiding Armageddon: Canadian Military Strategy and Nuclear Weapons, 1950–63, by Andrew Richter. Copy-edited for UBC Press.
- Cognition, 1st Cdn ed., by Mark H. Ashcraft and Raymond Klein. Copy-edited for Pearson Education Canada.
- Essentials of Contemporary Management, by Nancy Langton and Gareth Jones. Copy-edited and proofread for McGraw-Hill Ryerson Canada.
- Impact: A Guide to Business Communication, 5th ed., by Margot Northey (then dean of the Queen’s University School of Business) and Joan McKibbin. Copy-edited and proofread for Pearson Education Canada.
- Liberalism, Nationalism, Citizenship: Essays on the Problem of Political Community, by Ronald Beiner, professor of political science at U of T. Copy-edited for UBC Press.
- Musicpreneur: The Creative Approach to Making Money in Music, by Aaron Bethune. New textbook. Edited for Above the Noise Publishing.
- Politics, Power, and the Common Good: An Introduction to Political Science, by Eric Mintz (associate professor of political science at Memorial University of Newfoundland) et al. New textbook (at the time). Substantive edit for Pearson Education Canada.
* I also worked as a contributing author to the textbook Think Sociology, 1st Cdn ed., by John D. CarlRose State College) and Mark BelangerVanier College). Published by Pearson Education Canada.