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By Courtney

What will you be doing at Union St?

Mainly writing regional cookbooks, editing recipes and proofreading.

How did you get into this area of work?

I have worked in publishing for nearly a decade. Having been an editorial assistant and assistant editor, I have been a book editor specialising in food and drink books for 8 years, working for publishing companies in London. I decided to go freelance when I moved back up north in 2015.

What do you enjoy most about your work?

I love getting cooking inspiration from new recipes, tips and techniques from authors and seeing the finished results of printed books. It’s a nice balance between creativity and attention to detail, which suits me perfectly!

What type of individuals / organisations are you looking to work with in the future?

Book publishers, websites, magazines… anyone who needs a helping hand with developing, editing or writing recipes or food-related copy. I can also do copy-writing, editing and proofreading for lots of other businesses, too, so it would be nice to expand into other areas.

What are you looking to get out of Union St?

A structured working day away from home, some friendly chat over a cup of tea and to meet some new people. Especially sharing problems and solutions to do with starting your own business and working on your own.

What is your Twitter address?

@katereevesbrown

Courtney
About Courtney
Kate Reeves Brown