cabby and co on the road

Very exciting, just waiting for delivery of Escape From London, Cabby and Co’s first adventure. Nick Brookland first asked me to give the words a quick edit but we soon found ourselves having such fun talking about the look of the book that he also asked me to...

it’s not so black and white

Look out for Mere Kaffir by self-publisher Keith Brown. It was a privilege to work on such a personal project dealing with such a visceral topic. In the early 1980s a naive young English miner uproots himself and his new wife from the Nottingham coal mines to unearth...

the habit of work…

… has interrupted the habit of posting! In the meantime I’ve: been to the London Book Fair (nice catch ups, some good tips, a few seminars); edited and formatted and designed and published (picking up more tricks in InDesign, Photoshop, WordPress and...

beating the new year resolution

It was a great pleasure to work as the designer on Polly Hale’s fantastic book on sensible eating, or as the blurb puts it: Before diet food, diet books and diet clubs; before the obsession with cookery books, competitions and super-sized portions, we had normal...

welcome…

…to the website of Shakspeare Editorial. This home page blog is just a series of random thoughts and links related to editing, proofreading, publishing and writing. For detailed information on how Shakspeare Editorial services might help you with your writing...