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MEET OUR EDITORS
Linda Hargreaves Abraham is an experienced writer and editor in both business and education. She has edited student papers and theses, several historical fiction novels, and a memoir translation. She earned a BA in English from Rollins College and, while completing an MA in English at the University of Central Florida, served as editorial assistant of The Faulkner Journal. She uses MLA and Chicago styles of documentation.
Nanci J. Adler is an editor of nonfiction, academic papers in MLA style, textbooks, and publications for The Audubon Center for Birds of Prey. She holds a BA and Master of Liberal Studies degree from Rollins College. Nancy has taught humanities at the college level and served as a research assistant. Her essay "The Existential Cyclist" was recently published by University of Nebraska Press in the collection Cultural on Two Wheels: The Bicycle in Literature and Film.
Patricia Lancaster edits academic and corporate publications as well as research papers and theses. She holds a PhD in French from Emory University and teaches in the Master of Liberal Studies program at Rollins. Her publications include articles on French theater and an entry on Jean Tardieu for the Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 321. She also translates French academic and literary texts into English.
Therese D. Osborne specializes in proofing and editing essays, theses, and dissertations in the areas of English, communications, humanities, and history. Her career has included English instruction, human resources management, and academic writing consultation. She holds a BA and MA in English from the University of South Florida and a Master of Liberal Studies degree from Rollins College. She uses both MLA and Chicago styles of documentation.
Robert Smither is an excellent editor for books and research papers in APA style.
He holds a doctorate in psychology from Johns Hopkins University and has published twelve books and numerous articles in organizational psychology, personality, and finance. His latest book, Organization Development: Strategies for Changing Environments, was published by Routledge in 2016. Dr. Smither teaches in the Master of Liberal Studies and the Master of Human Resources programs at Rollins College and is currently writing a book on leadership.
William Strunk, Jr. in The Elements of Style (1918)
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