Work Samples and Recommendations
Below is a sample of my editing mark-ups, work done for a subsequently published novel.
- editing sample from Immediate Dead by Blue Cole (2015). Sample pages are provided with permission.
I served as copy editor and publisher, to include design and layout, of GATEways to Teacher Education, the open-access online journal of the Georgia Association of Teacher Educators, from 2013-2019. I currently design, edit, and publish GATE's annual conference program. Below are links to recent editions of each:
References are available upon request.
From the Acknowledgments of the anthology Hidden Villains by Inkd Publishing (2022):
- Hidden Villains would not have been possible without Editor-in-Chief Robyn Huss, who had the final decision on the best submitted stories she could bring to the anthology and made them even better. A fantastic editor, she manages to find the right way to frame the narration while keeping the author’s voice. She worked with every author to bring out their best . . .
From the Acknowledgments of Shattered Blood by Kevin Davis (2021):
- If you've reached the end, then Robyn Huss, my editor, is the one you need to thank for that. She has taken some of my worst writing and made it my best.
From the Acknowledgments of Immediate Dead by Blue Cole (2015):
- Robyn Huss is my go-to girl. An English Education professor with a sharp eye but a kind pen, Dr. Huss did the lion’s share of edits and suggestions that turned ID from a decent draft to great copy, ready to send to the publisher. I met her at a book club . . . where she gave me pointed advice about Sleeping Sickness, my previous effort. I listened to her, and when she offered to help with ID, I jumped at the chance.