Karen Yin is a full-time freelancer who has been writing and editing professionally since 1992. She founded AP vs. Chicago and Conscious Style Guide and writes the style column for Copyediting newsletter.
Karen Conlin has been working in editing and publishing since the 1980s and is currently a freelance editor who focuses on copyediting, line editing, and substantive editing for indie authors of fiction. Conlin is also the co-owner of the Grammargeddonblog and an active contributor on Google+ and Twitter.
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.
Copyeditors are some of the most generous people I know. They’re also an unusually wise and sometimes wisecracking group. More than 70 editors have generously participated in our editor interviews here on Copyediting. They have offered tips, techniques, resources, amusement, encouragement, and advice both general and specific.
Sarah Grey has been writing, editing, and providing language services for most of her life. On Independence Day in 2011, she launched her full-time freelance business, Grey Editing LLC, where she works with diplomats, academics, entrepreneurs, religious leaders, and activists.
Maggie Biroscak has been editing and making content comprehensible for 8 years. She is currently the content editor at Jimdo and the freelance editor and web content specialist behind Oak Street Editorial.
How did you get into editing, Maggie, and what’s your current position like?