We connect Black and Indigenous scholars and researchers with pro bono academic editing services to support their intellectual and creative careers

Contact us by email 

Please email academic.editing.circle@gmail.com with any questions, any feedback, and any request for pro bono editing.

This email box is currently viewed and answered by MJ Anderson, Huw Evans, and Kyra Freestar.
To send anonymous feedback, please use the form at the bottom of this page.

We aim to be honest and open about what we can and can’t offer; to communicate clearly and take responsibility for our words and actions; and to build relationships, listen to requests, and shift our resources (skills, connections, time, and money) as needed to best serve the goals of justice in academia.

We are grateful for your work. We hope we can be of service.

FAQs

What information should I provide when I'm requesting editing?

  • These three things help us connect you with an editor:
    (1) Your general area of research (health care? literary studies? economic theory?).
    (2) The type of project you’re working on (journal article? book chapter? dissertation? funding proposal?).
    (3) Your general timeline (especially if you have a fixed external deadline).
    Once we connect you with an editor, you and your editor will be able to discuss your project more thoroughly.

What else would you like to know?

Please email us with any questions about academic editing or how to schedule with one of our member editors. We look forward to hearing from you.

We welcome feedback, anonymous or otherwise!

To send us a message anonymously, use the form below and leave the name and address fields blank. We take all messages seriously. Obviously, we will be unable to respond directly to messages that include no contact information

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