My freelance work has taken many forms on the books featured below, from proofreading to copyediting to research.

To get a complete picture of my editorial experience, check out the nonfiction I worked on during ten years at my day job for Zenith Press.



Pocket Books


James Swallow has Kirk and his crew in a Prime Directive quandary when they find they may have leaked advanced technology to the Syhaari during a rescue mission a year earlier.

Pocket Books


In Kirsten Beyer’s latest, Voyager’s exploration of the Delta Quadrant is complicated when the crew encounters two species at war—and the leader of one side looks exactly like Admiral Kathryn Janeway.

Saga Press


Hugo- and Nebula-award-winner Ken Liu selects fourteen of his favorite stories—including seven award winners or finalists and one new story—for this genre-bending collection.



Pocket Books


Greg Cox takes readers back to an adventure on the Enterprise during the captaincy of Christopher Pike as Spock meets another person struggling with a conflicted cultural heritage.

Pocket Books


Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore return to the Taurus Reach as the crew of the Endeavour face a mysterious craft attacking an archaeological dig on a colony world.

Stance & Speed


Charles R. Morris sets the record straight on the performance history of the Ford Y-block engine, revisiting its many wins in various venues across the country.

Pocket Books


Kirsten Beyer’s epic conclusion to the trilogy begun in Protectors and Acts of Contrition spans the Alpha and Delta quadrants. Much is resolved while a new path for the Full Circle fleet is revealed.

Pocket Books


Dayton Ward’s new Next Gen novel puts Picard and crew in the middle of a generations-long conflict brought to a head by the discovery of a doomsday weapon from the future.



Pocket Books


Captain Mackenzie Calhoun returns in Peter David’s latest, leading his crew on a hunt for those who wiped out the Xenexian race, the D’myurj.

Pocket Books


Captain Mackenzie Calhoun finds new allies in his fight with the D’myurj, but begins to wonder if the enemies of his enemies really are his friends.

Zenith City Press


Tony Dierckins gathers together a fascinating collection of historic photos spanning the first twenty-five years of Duluth’s famous Glensheen mansion.

Pocket Books


In Dave Galanter’s latest Trek novel, Kirk and crew face a diplomatic dilemma when the Kenisians return to their home planet after thousands of years and want it back from the former refugees who now live there.

Saga Press


Hugo- and Nebula-award-winner Ken Liu’s first novel is an epic fantasy of war and politics in a richly imagined world where the machinations of the gods influence men and women to do their best … and their worst.



Pocket Books


Tony Daniel’s second Trek novel pits Kirk and the gang against a surprising nemesis from the past. I’m not saying who—that would be a spoiler!

Zenith City Press


Dennis O’Hara’s latest book celebrates the sailing vessels that have participated in the Tall Ships Duluth festival. Gorgeous photography is supplemented by a history of tall ships on Lake Superior from 1734 to present day.

Overcoat Books


A collection of finely crafted short stories by the late Joseph Maiolo, Pushcart Prize–winning author and my college writing professor.

Zenith City Press


Tony Dierckins traces the history of a Duluth that no longer exists, remembering the buildings, neighborhoods, and other landmarks that have long since vanished or, in some cases, were planned and never built in the first place. A fascinating look back at the Duluth that once was . . . or could have been.

Pocket Books


John Jackson Miller’s second Trek novel features Captain Picard versus Admiral Riker, Enterprise versus Aventine, in an exciting cat-and-mouse chase across the quadrant.



Zenith City Press


Dennis O’Hara presents his beautiful photos of Duluth and its environs. Nature shots, architecture shots, lake shots, summer shots, winter shots, the book covers it all.

IPS Books


Eric Hammel’s first novel follows Marty Weiler as he goes back to his hometown for his twentieth high school reunion and reunites with his first love.

Race Point Publishing


Bill Yenne provides a fascinating overview of beer and brewing around the world—from Africa to Switzerland, from the United Kingdom to the United States, this really is the ultimate world tour of beer.

Pacifica Military History


Renowned military historian Eric Hammel traces the development of the air war over Europe in World War II. Take a spin through Eric Hammel’s Books, his official website.

Zenith City Press


Tony Dierckins dives into the history of the canal that turned Duluth into an international port and its bridge which became an icon recognized far and wide.



Zenith City Press


Chuck Frederick tells the true story of the Duluth Eskimos, a cornerstone of the young National Football League in the 1920s.

Zenith City Press


Veteran broadcaster Dennis Anderson’s memoir is full of professional and personal stories, from growing up in Virginia, Minnesota, to covering breaking news both local and national.

Zenith City Press


Tony Dierckins’ overview of the history of Duluth and the surrounding region is beautifully illustrated with reproductions of over 420 vintage hand-colored postcards. A fascinating read for tourists and locals alike, and the vintage postcards alone are worth the price of admission.

Fitger’s Publishing


Clarence “Coopen” Johnson gives the complete history of the Fitger’s Brewery in Duluth. Loaded with great period photos.

Zenith City Press


Gail Feichtinger, John DeSanto, and Gary Waller’s definitive book on the killings in Glensheen, the Congdon family mansion in Duluth, Minnesota. Featured on Dominick Dunne’s Power, Privilege, and Justice on CourtTV.


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