The word “editing” has a variety of meanings depending on the context. A magazine Editor, of course, edits the magazine, putting each issue together from conception to final printing. An editor-in-chief may act as a managing editor, interfacing with freelance writers and magazine staff; a copy editor to ensure a consistent voice and high quality across the publication, and an editorial director, steering the overall course of the magazine.
Allcot Media’s founder, Dawn Allcot, has been at the helm of four magazines over her 20-year career, launching one, and re-designing two. She has filled the roles of managing editor, copy editor and editor-in-chief, often at the same time. She has also copyedited books and countless articles.
If you have a project, from a non-fiction book, to a website or a monthly magazine, that needs editorial direction or just copy editing, Allcot Media can help with a customized plan that fits your needs.