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  Ericka McIntyre (McCabe)
 
Professional/Personal Overview
  Full-time freelance Jane-of-all-editorial-trades: writer, project manager, typesetter, editor, copyeditor, and proofreader for books, magazines, the web, and social media. I have over 15 years of editorial experience. I love to write about the arts and entertainment, and I am the sharpest proofreader in the (Mid)West!
Work Info
 
Expertise
Writer 10 Years
Proofreading 15 Years
Copy Editor 14 Years
Specialty
Education 5 Years
DIY, Weddings, Home Decor, Arts, Entertainment 10 Years
Religion 11 Years
Total Media Industry Experience
15 Years
Other Work History
Teachers College Press, Columbia University, New York: Production Editor

SAMP, LLC, Cincinnati: Production Editor

Custom Editorial Productions, Inc., Cincinnati: Project Editor

Lawriter, LLC, Cincinnati: Editor

LPK, Cincinnati: Proofreader
Computer Skills
MAC and PC platforms; Microsoft Office; Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, and Acrobat); Spredfast Social Media Management.
Technical Skills
Online copyediting using Word; Adobe Acrobat for proofreading and copyediting; book page layout in InDesign; formatting e-books for Amazon's Kindle.
Other
July 2010: Completed the Yale Publishing Course at Yale University.

1998: Bachelor of Arts, English Literature and Writing, Northern Kentucky University
Freelancer Availability
I freelance full-time. I am willing to travel anywhere. I have a driver's license. I have access to a car.
Work Samples
 
Writing  
(iSPY Cincy, 2/25/2014)
It's Sunday i.e. Funday--where do you go for brunch? Here are some suggestions that are just slightly left-of-center.
(iSPY Cincy, 2/20/2014)
If you've ever watched Mad Men and drooled over the clothes and furnishings, you're a fan of Midcentury Modern design. And lucky for you, Cincinnati has lots of places where you can get your Mod fix.
(iSPY Cincy, 2/15/2014)
Just how much control do we have over our fates? What part is decided by chance, and what can we decide for ourselves? These are some of the questions posed in Tom Stoppard's classic existentialist comedy, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company's highly entertainin
(iSPY Cincy, 2/1/2014)
February may be short on days, but it's long on great concerts for Cincinnati music lovers. Here's a rundown of the shows to know for the rest of this month.
(Liberty + Vine Magazine, 1/1/2014)
Music to beat the winter blahs!
(Liberty + Vine Magazine, 11/1/2013)
November 2013 music column, myTunes, for L+V magazine, a national digital monthly.
(AmericanCatholic.org, 10/10/2010)
Special feature for ACO.org.
(Cincinnati CityBeat, 1/1/2005)
Archive of all the music and feature articles I wrote for CityBeat from 2003--2005.
Copyediting  
(New York Observer, 4/15/2013)
I copyedited this magazine in Spring 2013 (also Fall 2012).