A proofreader, copyeditor and writer by trade, Lucy Cripps uses her M.A. in professional writing and years of experience lecturing in grammar, writing and editing at Salzburg University to whip all sort of words into shape. As a freelance wordsmith, she edits digital content to improve clarity, consistency and flow, ensuring each client’s voice rings loud and clear. She has happy clients ranging from academics and local sole traders to international corporations and household names.
Since editing Daoud Kuttab’s memoir, Sesame Street, Palestine, she has had a soft spot for Palestinian authors and their manuscripts. She’s also the author of Actually, the Comma Goes, a book that breaks down the walls of American punctuation.