Co-Founder Tim Marquitz was most recently editor-in-chief at Ragnarok Publications and has been editing since 2009. He has worked with a fair number of genre authors and has numerous anthology credits. Tim is based in El Paso, Texas.
Co-Founder Paul Martin has been editing since 2011. Having worked across multiple genres — fiction and non-fiction alike — Paul will be happy to discuss your project needs or provide a free sample edit — just drop an email through the contact page. In addition to editing, Paul also assists authors in promoting their work and improving their social media presence through the Self-Publishers’ Showcase and Indie Book Butler. So, if you’re looking for editing with some post-publication promotion included then he’ll be happy to tailor a special package to meet all of your needs. Paul has lived in both the US and the UK and currently resides in the Cotswolds, central England.
Arabella Sophia is a freelance book editor trained by Chapterhouse, a member of the Chartered Institute of Editing & Proofreading, and the former editor at LID Publishing, Panoma Press, and Story Terrace. Bella tailors her approach to each individual client. Her advice is based on each author’s genre, target reader, publishing goals and budget, and she always ensures the guidance she offers is objective.
Bella is comfortable working across genres: her past projects range from horror novels and short stories to philosophical theories about the modern workplace. In terms of non-fiction books, Bella has worked on a lot of self-help novels, business biographies, leadership titles and wellbeing books. Bella is particularly passionate about the fantasy genre; Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson are among her favourite authors, and she studied the Ancient Greek classics like Homer’s Iliad at university. She has also worked on a number of YA and children’s books and find this a particularly gratifying area to work in; reading formed a huge part of her childhood, and it brings her joy to work on stories that will be similarly formative to future generations.
Before working in publishing, Bella worked extensively in the film and television industries for companies like Stylist Magazine and the BBC on the long-running drama Silent Witness. This experience helps her advise authors on how to make their book stand out in a world dominated by visual and short-form content.
Editing is a lifelong passion of Sevastian Volkov, and he formerly did freelance work specializing in YA and MG before joining Dominion. He is a member of the SCBWI and the EFA.
He is primarily a children’s writer, though he occasionally publishes poems and short stories for adults under the name Sevastian Volkov Ó Raghallaigh. His middle grade novel, Orris and the Shadow Maiden, won the Impress Prize for New Writers in 2020, and a poem of his placed in the 2019 CCHA’s Literary Magazine competition (2nd place in the eastern division).
Haley Willens has worked as a freelance editor since 2020. She has worked on a wide range of novels—from clients of different skill sets and styles, to help improve their manuscripts and to deepen the universes they have crafted. Currently she resides in Oregon, on the west coast of the United States, and enjoys adventuring through the wondrous pine tree forests in her spare time.
We are available to answer any questions that you may have and are happy to provide sample edits. Just email us through the Contact Us page.
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