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Sarah Coles: Words and Radio

Thesis Editing

Sarah Coles has been an editor since 2003. Her areas of interest include: architecture, botany, broadcasting, design, history, Japanese culture, journalism, law, linguistics, literature, painting, permaculture, photography, politics, psychology, sociology and surfing. (All of the humanities with some plants thrown in.) With qualifications and experience across both editing and journalism, Sarah is well placed to help shape your PhD into a lively and engaging work. For a quote please contact Sarah on the form below, being sure to include the topic and word length of your PhD, the citation method used, the time frame for the edit and any other expectations that you may have.

 

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