Since 2010 I’ve been offering editing services to non-native English speakers. I can offer copy-editing and substantive comments on a range of types of documents including dissertations, articles and conference papers. Many archaeologists find that other editors are not familiar with particular archaeology terminology and it can complicate the editing process. I bring an archaeological perspective to the editing process that makes the process easier and quicker for everyone involved.
Rates are set by page and can vary depending on content and amount of revision required. I am happy to provide a free price quote. Simply email a page or two of your document to me at caitlin.chaves[at]gmail[dot]com and I’ll get back to you right away.
What people say about me:
“I thank you so much for your patience and suggestions, they really improved my work in a way I wouldn’t have thought possible.” – Book chapter client (Portugal)
“It is so nice working with persons like you are. So kind, helpful and precise!” – Book chapter client (Italy)