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My Interview with Lene Lynn St. John

College Textbook Publishing

As Project Editor with a major college textbook publisher, I managed 8 to 10 titles of foreign-language and social science books at various stages of production at one time. It takes many specialists to bring a book together, from the writers and developers, across the intricacies of artistic design, to the final stage of proofs from the printers. Since then I have been juggling many freelance book projects on my own.


My specialites have been social sciences, liberal arts, pharmacy (5 years with Annals of Pharmacotheraphy), and foreign languages (German, Spanish).

These are some of the books I have worked on:

Developmental and Copy Editing

  1. Pluhar, Transl., Immanuel Kant, Religion Within the Bounds of Bare Reason
  2. Moser et al., Schemata-Lesestrategien
  3. Koepke, Die Deutschen
  4. Hager, Deutsch im Berufsalltag
  5. Deiner, Infants and Toddlers
  6. G. Barak, Integrating Criminologies
  7. Yeates, The North American City
  8. McLemore/Romo, Racial and Ethnic Relations in America
  9. . . . and many more. Please ask for a complete list

Proofreading, Indexing, Screenwriting

  1. Proofed numerous textbook titles in English, Spanish, and German
  1. Indexing
  2. Harvey Whitney Books, Therapeutics of the Elderly
  3. Harvey Whitney Books, The Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 2001
  1. Screenwriting
  2. Video sketches for, Bean/Sevin, Wie gehts?

Pharmaceutical Publishing

Harvey Whitney Books gave me the opportunity to work on high-caliber pharmaceutical articles. Aside from scientific publishing conventions, I also learned more than I wanted to know about adverse drug reactions and interactions. My favorite bits were case studies and scientific abstracts. I stayed with the Annals of Pharmacotherapy for five years until we relocated to Arizona.

Newsletters, Brochures, and Flyers

Unlimited Potential newsletter

Unlimited Potential is a free-of-charge grassroots adult literacy program for the working poor in central Phoenix. This community-based education approach seeks to empower individuals, strengthen families, and increase community involvement. The two-year program provides "survival English," daily living skills, and numerous practical community workshops (parenting, money management, health issues, nutrition etc.). In the end, a considerable number of participants attempt and pass the GED diploma and move on to the community colleges.

Unlimited Potential newsletterOne worthwhile project was the The Global Village, A Publication by Members of the UCIP and the International Network of Young Journalists, for the world convention. This magazine showcased the best writings from young journalists worldwide. Over the years, I have designed lots of flyers and tri-folds for all occasions. Ask me about designs and ideas.

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