Testimonials

“A beautiful index–thorough, and with a nice anticipation of topics from multiple approaches.”  Rebecca Homiski, W.W. Norton
“Heather Dubnick is an excellent copy editor. I have worked with her on several projects, and have found her work to be clear and incisive; her comments helped me to see what I was trying to accomplish more clearly; she always raised important questions; her editing made the final product much stronger. I am delighted to recommend her.” Paul Manuel, American University
“Heather Dubnick’s excellent indexing work for my book The Invention of Latin American Music (Oxford University Press, May 2020) was beyond I expected: it made me see entire categories and sub-categories of concepts within my own text. Her feedback was also extremely effective to balance concepts and names in the final version. And everything happened under a clear timeline and rapid communication. Thank you!”  Pablo Palomino, Oxford College of Emory University
“The index itself is a thing of beauty. You included terms I wouldn’t have thought of and were incredibly thorough. I’m really grateful that you took on this project and ran with it at a time when my attention is so diverted. ”  Miriam Udel, Emory University
“It’s been a dream working on this [manuscript edit] with you. So smart, crisp, and rigorous.”  Gideon Mailer, University of Minnesota
“Heather is the epitome of efficiency, flexibility and attention to detail.  Working with her is a pleasure!”  Miguel Glatzer, La Salle University
Heather did a wonderful, extremely thorough job with my index. As I worked my way through the completed pages, I kept thinking what a dizzying, challenging task it is to approach a book in this way. Yet Heather carried it out with skill and nuance, providing readers with a condensed index that grasped both the book’s broadest themes and its countless particulars. She’s prompt, professional, and a pleasure to deal with as well. I highly recommend her.  Adam Gordon, Associate Professor of English, Whitman College, author of Prophets, Publishers, and Parasites: Antebellum Print Culture and the Rise of the Critic (University of Massachusetts Press, 2020)
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