The Art of Words
Nigel has worked for a variety of clients, ranging from a major software house to a start-up manufacturer of a new pain-relief formula. He works on text for websites, mailshots, leaflets and brochures. He can produce a silk purse based on the client’s sow’s ear, or new text based on information from the client and, where necessary, original research. If you have a project that needs words creating, adding or polishing, contact Nigel for an initial consultation and estimate or quotation.
Nigel is an experienced editor, used to working closely with authors to help them express their meaning clearly and consistently. Books he has edited include: Prof. Robert Naylor: Whose degree is it anyway? Why, how and where universities are failing our students (Pencil-Sharp, 2007); Calvin Seerveld: Bearing fresh olive leaves: alternative steps in understanding art (Carlisle: Piquant and Toronto: Tuppence Press, 2000); Hilary Brand and Adrienne Chaplin: Art and soul: signposts for Christians in the arts (Carlisle: Piquant, 1999); Prof. Robert Knecht: The French Wars of Religion 1559–98 (2nd ed.; Longman, 1996).
For editing projects large or small, contact Nigel for an initial consultation and estimate or quotation.