This past week saw the relaunch of our museum services Web site, theMuseumsEditor.com (which was formerly anEditorForMuseums.com).
Providing editorial services for museums, historical societies, and archives is among the most specialized of our freelance editing gigs. In serving these audiences, we work with archival collections, large and small; community libraries; historical societies and historical associations with local, state, and regional scopes; and museums of history, art, and science.
Our relevant offerings include research and fact-checking, ghostwriting, editing (of course), and proofing for a multitude of products:
- labels, discussion guides, study guides, and docent manuals for exhibits;
- copy for brochures and promotional materials;
- lesson plans, audiovisual scripts, and classroom study materials; and
- any other publications that support or complement exhibits and events.
The completion of this fourth site leaves only two more specialties: theBusinessEditor.com and theFreelanceGhostwriter.com—they are on the horizon . . . then, we’ll have to start all over again with the updating part!
Hoping to serve all your editing needs,