The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) is seeking an associate editor to join its team in Arlington, Virginia. Founded in 1944, the NSTA is the largest organization of science educators in the world. It has more than 55,000 members, including teachers, administrators, scientists, industry representatives, and others.
Rob Siedenburg has been editing and teaching English for several years, most recently as a university English instructor for ESL students. To celebrate National Grammar Day, Rob tackled our AnaGrammar contest (getting full marks; you have until Wednesday, March 4, 9 p.m. Eastern to submit your own) and agreed to talk grammar and language matters with us.
The American Library Association (ALA) publishing department is seeking a managing editor in Chicago. The publishing department provides print and digital materials for librarians, to help them develop professionally, improve library services, and promote its vision of the “importance of libraries, literacy and free access to information.”
Cassie Tuttle has been a freelance copyeditor and proofreader since 2007/2008, but was writing, editing, and proofreading for years before that as part of her 26-year paralegal career. Cassie will be our instructor for Copyediting: Legal Style on Wednesday, January 15. Sign up now for this overview of legal text editing and learn Cassie’s helpful tips on Bluebook style and legal citation.
Laura Poole will be our audio/Web-conference organizer for 2014 and will close out our 2013 conferences with “Mastering Style Sheets” on December 12. Laura has been in publishing and coaching for more than 17 years. She founded Archer Editorial Services in 1997 and has been providing scholarly editing for the last 15 years.