Miriam Landman provides professional editorial and communications services to businesses, organizations, agencies, and individuals. Her services include:
* These particular services are primarily provided for environmental content.
- Writing *
- Content Strategy *
- Technical Review *
- General Review/Feedback
Miriam develops and/or edits a wide variety of printed materials and online content, including articles, webpage text, blog and social media posts, resource listings, fact sheets, newsletters, annual reports or other reports, directories, guides, case studies, white papers, manuals, brochures, marketing materials, grant applications, proposals, books, resumes and cover letters, and content for slide presentations. She has substantial experience in writing and editing informational, technical, and educational materials.
Miriam does thorough research and fact-checking. She is highly skilled at organizing and synthesizing information. And she conveys complex concepts in clear and illuminating language. She is also able to tailor a project's content and writing style to fit the intended audience, e.g., professionals in a particular industry, or the general public. Miriam is highly detail-oriented, but she also works very efficiently and can complete most projects in a short timeframe.
For references, rates, or other information, please contact M. Landman.
How does proofreading differ from copyediting?
Proofreading involves identifying and fixing grammatical, typographical, and punctuation errors, whereas full-service copyediting includes a broader review of content clarity, wording choice, consistency, repetition, and organization (in addition to fixing typos and errors).
Miriam has been a published writer for more than 25 years. Please see the PUBLICATIONS page for a list of published (and broadcast) pieces
that Miriam has written, edited, or produced in recent years.
Miriam's writing is featured in the first edition of the book Blueprint for Greening Affordable Housing, edited by Global Green USA (Island Press, 2007). She has also written numerous freelance articles and commentaries, which have been published in national magazines, newspapers, and other media.
She was a reporter and producer for the public radio program Living on Earth for several years. She was also a copyeditor for the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) and an editor at Verde Media. Since then, she has worked on numerous editorial projects for a variety of clients, editing and developing hundreds of documents. For more than three years, she was the proofreader for Flavor magazine, which was published monthly by New Leaf Community Markets.
In addition, Miriam publishes The Green Spotlight, a monthly blog. Some of her blog posts were also featured on MotherEarthNews.com.