With offices in Brooklyn and Portland (OR), Aleph’s editors can work with you in person or virtually anywhere. Our focus is on book-length projects, including memoirs, novels, essay collections and non-fiction manuscripts. The non-fiction work we have edited, by both journalists and academic scholars, tends to address social and environmental issues. However, we’re always open to writing projects of other forms and natures.
Our editors have worked with a list of authors that includes Frederic Tuten, Hans Ulrich Obrist, David Kaiser and Stephanie Woodard, and work we have edited has been published by Simon & Schuster, Springer, New Directions, Melville House, World Scientific, Buchhandlung Walther König, IG Publishing and Pinacoteca Agnelli/UCCA, and in Conjunctions, The Paris Review, The Christian Science Monitor, Guernica, Granta, Washington Square Review and Harvard Review.
In the academic realm, we have worked with researchers and labs at MIT, Harvard, NYU, Columbia, The City University of New York, UC Berkeley, The New School’s India China Institute, The French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA), The Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and El Colegio de Postgraduados in Texcoco, Mexico.
Beyond book projects, we have written successful grant proposals and reports for The Starr Foundation, The Ford Foundation, Google, Creative Capital, The Ella Lyman Cabot Trust, The National Science Foundation, The Chateaubriand Fellowship Program, The Martin Family Society of Fellows for Sustainability, the Regional Arts & Culture Council and Literary Arts, and we have written successful project proposals for The Practice Writing Workshops and Workspace11.
For more information on individual editors, see the Editors page or email us for copies of their CVs, academic credentials, portfolios and individual references.