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Editing is in our blood. With three generations of editors on staff, you get the benefit of a combined 50+ years' wordsmithing experience. Let us put it to work for you.
Bridget McKenna is a writer and editor with over 40 years experience on both sides of the red pen. She's had short fiction published in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Asimov's, Amazing Stories, and numerous anthologies. She was co-editor (with daughter Marti McKenna) of Aeon Speculative Fiction, a critically acclaimed electronic quarterly publishing science fiction and fantasy.
She's been writing and editing for the entertainment software industry since 1986 for companies like Sierra Online, Electronic Arts, and NCsoft. Recently, Bridget edited a series of e-book short stories published by En Masse Entertainment to complement their online game, TERA. She also released The Little Book of Self-Editing for Writers, available in Kindle format from Amazon and Amazon UK and launched Zone1 Design, a new e-book formatting and design service.
Marti has been a professional writer since 1988 and began editing in earnest in 2000 when she began working with authors to bring their short stories and novels into electronic formats. Her short fiction has appeared in Tomorrow magazine (ed. Algis Budrys) and the More Amazing Stories anthology (ed. Kim Mohan). She was co-editor (with Bridget McKenna) of Aeon Speculative Fiction.
Much of her professional career has been spent as a writer, editor, and manager in the entertainment software industry at companies such as Electronic Arts, Sierra Online, and many more. Most recently she edited Schooled and Pwned for Christa Charter and Blood Laces for Mark Budz (writing as Michael Poronin).
Jessie McKenna works as a web content editor in the entertainment software industry. She has also worked as a nanny and director of a non-profit. Jessie is the third generation editor in the family. She specializes in—and excels at—copyediting and proofreading.
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