Writers of any skill level need a good editor to serve as a second pair of eyes, to catch errors (trust me: there are always errors), to suggest improvements in content and organization, and to ensure consistency and conformity to a publisher’s style guide.
Authors and publishers may request a project estimate below. Students may check out our student editing services.
The team of editors at Write Theology are devoted to helping students and scholars who work in theology and biblical studies (as well as the social sciences and humanities) thrive as writers.
- Ian Turner (BA, English; MA, Linguistics; MDiv) is a professional freelance editor with a background in education, rhetoric, literature, linguistics, theology, and biblical studies. He has over fifteen years’ experience working with authors, publishers, and students. He is currently a PhD student at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary (Grand Rapids).
- Libby Hilliard (BA, Biblical Languages; MA, Old Testament and Semitic Languages) is a grammar enthusiast, having completed her MA thesis on the adjective in Biblical Hebrew, and has a background in English literature and language as well. Her focus is academic projects, especially Old Testament dissertations. She is currently an adjunct professor at Ouachita Baptist University (Arkadelphia, AR).
Writing and Editing Services
- Editing and proofreading book manuscripts for publication by Reformation Heritage Books, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Crossway, and other publishers
- Editing magazines, periodicals, and academic journals, from single articles to entire volumes
- Editing projects involving French, German, Latin, Arabic, Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic text
- Dissertation and thesis proofreading and editing
- Helping authors find their voice and overcome obstacles at any stage in the writing process through coaching and developmental editing