AE’s close-knit partnership draws upon the distinct skills and talents of its members to create an individualized service that caters to the specific needs of your project.

DANIELLE MCCLELLANPrincipal, has worked in academia and publishing since 1995. She was the managing editor of Monthly Review Press in the mid-1990s, and was a senior editor for the School of Humanities and the Department of Medicine at the University of California, Irvine. In addition to her primary work as a manuscript consultant for American academics in the humanities and social sciences, she has lived in East and Southeast Asia and has worked with clients from Vietnam, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Korea, Singapore, and Japan. She coedited the book Transforming Lives: 100 Years of Higher Education in Singapore (NUS Press 2005) and currently serves as managing editor of Law & Society Review. She lives in Granada, Spain, with her family.

ELLEN BROIDY, Principal, has been an academic research librarian, editor, and teacher for over 30 years. She has worked with authors at all stages of their academic careers and participated in the creation of written work ranging from full-length manuscripts to journal articles to graduate papers. In addition to freelance editorial and research work, she currently serves as the writing consultant for the McNair Scholars Program at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she also co-edits the UCSB McNair Scholars Research Journal. She is adjunct assistant professor of women’s studies at UCLA with a particular focus on helping graduate students navigate the rough waters of publishing interdisciplinary scholarship. Ellen has a PhD in history from the University of California, Irvine.

CHARLES WHEELERPrincipal, has edited books, articles, and journal issues in the humanities and social sciences, particularly in Asian studies, and provides developmental editing support to academic specialists on Asia and to non-native English speaking academic authors in Asia, North America, and Europe. He continues to publish as a historian after many years as a specialist in Vietnamese and Chinese history. He has held faculty appointments at the University of California, Irvine, the University of Hong Kong, and National University of Singapore. Charles has a PhD in history from Yale University.