JAMIE MCPARTLAND | I have a MFA degree in Creative Writing from The New School in New York, and my own writing has appeared in journals such as Guernica Magazine, The Washington Square Review, Trufficulteur and Litro. I have been on the editorial teams for the Harvard Review and LIT Magazine.

Writers I have worked with personally include Frederic Tuten (Guggenheim Fellow and winner of the O’Henry Prize), journalist Stephanie Woodard (American Apartheid, 2018) and curator Hans-Ulrich Obrist (his Conversation series).

Work I have edited has been published by New Directions, Buchhandlung Walther König, Springer, IG Publishing and Pinacoteca Agnelli, and in journals including Conjunctions, the Paris Review, Guernica, Washington Square Review and the Harvard Review.



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CORALIE ROBERT | My background is in the sciences. With a BA in Biology and a MS in Environmental Science, my passion is for books on various scientific disciplines, from mycology to food engineering, urban agriculture to physiology, and beyond… I understand STS theory, the integrity of methodologies and the current trend in interdisciplinary approaches to science writing and teaching. My native language is French, and translation has been a large part of my career; I have also worked on books in Spanish and German.

Writers I have worked with include scientists at Sciences Po in Paris, INRA (the French National Institute for Agricultural Research) and CNRS (the French National Center for Scientific Research). I have also worked on grants for the NSF and the ESF.


C.R. Reyes | A former editor at MIT Press, I focus on copyediting scientific articles and manuscripts. I have worked with writers on articles published in Nature, National Geographic, BBC Focus and Biotech Week, among other publications.