Academic editors can be the difference between
success or failure when it comes to grades and publication. When you
want to present your hard work in its best light, Elite Editing is the
intelligent choice. Our senior PhD-qualified editors are at peak international
standard in the field. We are here to offer superior copyediting and
proofreading for your work.
We take elite seriously as both our name and service level. Professional
editing requires a very specific and rare combination of skills, and our
rigorous editor selection process sees only a very small percentage of
applicants succeed in joining our team. At Elite Editing, our handpicked editor
list comprises experienced and proven operators who are extensively qualified
for the job. We employ editors who are:
- PhD qualified, or hold tertiary qualifications in a language-rich
- Fluent in all academic style guides
- Holders of professional industry memberships
- Practising lecturers & tutors in diverse fields
- Strictly native English speakers
- Extensively published
- Committed to rigorous quality assurance standards
- Undergoing constant training & professional development
We are proud to introduce our stellar academic editing team. As Australia’s largest academic editing service, we have too many editors to list them all here. These are the profiles of a small selection from our large group of talented editors.
Dr Ellen McRae
- PhD Humanities (Translation Studies and Italian)
- Master of Professional Studies (Translation Studies)
- Bachelor of Arts (majors in Linguistics and Italian)
Dr Ellen McRae has extensive experience as an editor, scholar and translator. She has worked as an editor for over 25 years, both in-house and as a contractor. Her many years of experience make her an extremely accomplished editor who has assisted thousands of writers to express themselves more clearly and have their work published. Although she has edited a variety of genres, including trade fiction and legal texts, she has specialised in editing academic writing, including postgraduate theses, since 2004. She is also a professional translator of academic and literary texts. She received her PhD from the School of Languages and Literature at the University of Auckland in 2011, and she has an excellent record of publication including book chapters and journal articles.
Ms Rachel Wheeler
- Master of Arts (Public Policy)
- Bachelor of Arts (English and Comparative Literature)
Rachel Wheeler is a long-time member of the Society of Editors (WA) and the Institute of Professional Editors, and has extensive experience in academic, public policy and postgraduate student thesis editing. Rachel was contracted to raise the peer-reviewed publication output of postgraduate and academic researchers for Edith Cowan University (ECU) in the Faculty of Education and the Arts, and has worked as an academic editor for Murdoch University and an in-house research writing consultant for ECU in the Faculty of Computing, Health and Science. She has worked extensively in public policy editing for the WA State Government. Rachel has also worked in several university student advisory positions and has a particular interest in raising both the quality and profile of research publications within the tertiary education sector. Rachel holds accreditation with the Institute of Professional Editors.
Dr Sherilyn Goldstone
- PhD Biochemistry (University of Queensland)
- Bachelor of Applied Science (Medical Laboratory Science) (Queensland University of Technology)
Dr Sherilyn Goldstone has 12 years of experience in biomedical research, and has published over 20 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters in the specialist literature. She has worked as a science writer and editor throughout Europe and Australia, and has extensive experience in academic editing as a freelancer working primarily with biomedical researchers and academic publishing houses, and within the university environment. Her broad interests are in biology and medicine, though her eclectic taste in literature means that she is comfortable working with a broad range of subject areas.
Dr Elen Turner
- Bachelor of Arts
- Honours in English and History
- Diploma for Graduates (Art History)
- PhD Interdisciplinary Humanities
Dr Elen Turner has extensive academic experience within Australasian universities, as both a teacher and a student. She studied as an undergraduate at the University of Otago, New Zealand, as a postgraduate in Australia at the Australian National University, and has taught undergraduate Gender Studies and English at the Australian National University. Among her areas of research, writing and editing expertise she covers English, Comparative Literature, Gender Studies, History, Art History, Asian Studies and all humanities and social science disciplines. She has worked for the Kathmandu-based Himal Southasian magazine, and has taught English as a Second Language in Japan, so is particularly well-experienced editing the work of writers and students for whom English is a second language. She has also held editorial positions with Lilith: A Feminist History Journal and Asymptote online literary journal. Dr Turner has also been widely published, in academic and non-academic contexts, including Contemporary South Asia, Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific, CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture, International Feminist Journal of Politics, Rupkatha: Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies, Himal Southasian, Critical Flame, Kitaab: Asia+n Writing in English and The Asian Review of Books.
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