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Jennifer Spanier, PhD – I have experience writing indexes in a wide variety of subject areas including biography, social sciences, and life sciences. Please contact me if you need an index that is both user-friendly and technically correct. It will meet your specifications and be delivered on time. Currently I am President of ASI and Co-Webmaster for the ASI website.
I have been indexing and developing controlled vocabularies, thesauri, and taxonomies since 1993 and have been doing freelance back-of-the-book indexing since 2004. I also teach workshops in taxonomy/thesaurus creation. I am past-president of the New England Chapter and past board member of ASI. I am author of the books The Accidental Taxonomist, Indexing Specialties: Web Sites, and chapters in Indexing Names and Index It Right, Volume 2. I blog at http://accidental-taxonomist.blogspot.com.
Having been a professional librarian for 11 years, I learned the value of a great index. For more than 21 years, I have been providing thorough, accurate, on-time, back-of-the book indexes for a wide variety of clients. More than 1950 books and 185,000 pages later, I still get excited with each new project. I love the serendipity of indexing all types of books from textbooks about psychology or business, to scholarly books about religion or history, to trade books about sports, travel or hobbies.
Michelle Guiliano, DPM – Professional Science and Medicine Indexer. My advanced science and medical background, in addition to the years spent practicing medicine, enables me to digest scientific material at a rapid rate. I strive to create accurate and comprehensive indexes that are user-friendly for medical and science texts, journals, and periodicals. I welcome all projects from elementary school books and encyclopedias to graduate level textbooks. To view my credentials and to request an estimate for your book, please visit my website: linebylineindexing.com