Cheryl Lemmens Indexing and Editorial Services


Cheryl Lemmens - Indexing and Editorial Services

Book Indexing • Web Site Indexing • Editing

 

Indexing for both print and the Web.


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• High-quality work with meticulous attention to detail.

• More than forty years of editorial experience, from newspaper and magazine work
to legal and legislative editing.

• Exceptional range of subject interests, from art and literature to sports and popular culture.

• I'm always reading — and here's what I've read recently!


From authors and reviewers:
• "As she did for Othea's Letter to Hector, Iter Press's brilliant copy editor Cheryl Lemmens made this book better and richer." — From the editor, Two Lives of Saint Colette (New York and Toronto: Iter Press, 2022)

• "Cheryl Lemmens was an outstanding copy editor, and the book is much the better for her scrupulous work." — From the editors of Isabella Andreini, Lovers' Debates for the Stage (New York and Toronto: Iter Press, 2022)

• "The index, often thrown in to books at the end as a metaphorical afterthought, in this case is extremely well designed and readable. Kudos to indexer Cheryl Lemmens for closing the book on such a positive note." — From a review of Bob Baxley's Making the Web Work: Designing Effective Web Applications (Indianapolis: New Riders, 2002)


Recently indexed:
• Chris Arnett, Signs of the Time: Nlaka'pamux Resistance through Rock Art (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2024)
• Mary Louise McAllister, Local Governance in Transition: Toward Sustainable Canadian Communities (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2024)
• Éléna Choquette, Land and the Liberal Project: Canada's Violent Expansion (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2024)
• Rachael Johnstone and Bessma Momani, eds., Glass Ceilings and Ivory Towers: Gender Inequality in the Canadian Academy (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2024)
• Denise Murrell, ed., The Harlem Renaissance and Transatlantic Modernism (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2024)
• Donna Gustafson and Charles Ray, George Segal: Themes and Variations (New Brunswick, NJ: Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey / Munich: Hirmer, 2024)
• Andrea Myers Achi, ed., Africa and Byzantium (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2023)
• Jen Rinaldi and Kate Rossiter, eds., Population Control: Theorizing Institutional Violence (Montreal and Kingston, ON: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2023)


Recently edited (all volumes in the series The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe):
• Pompeo Colonna, In Defense of Women (1529/1530), ed. and introd. Franco Minonzio; introduction translated, with foreword and postcript, by Margaret L. King (New York and Toronto: Iter Press, 2024)
• Tullia d'Aragona, The Wretch, Otherwise Known as Guerrino (1560), ed. and introd. Julia L. Hairston, trans. John C. McLucas, annotated by Julia L. Hairston and John C. McLucas (New York and Toronto: Iter Press, 2024)
• Isabella Andreini, Letters (1607), ed. and trans. Paola De Santo and Caterina Mongiat Farina (New York and Toronto: Iter Press, 2023)
• Marguerite Buffet, New Observations on the French Language, with Praises of Illustrious Learned Women both Past and Present (1668), ed. and trans. Lynn S. Meskill (New York and Toronto: Iter Press, 2023)


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