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Siusan Moffat

About me: I have wide interests and a varied background that includes technical communications, food, art, film studies/archiving, old technology/media and social activism.   While I am skilled in many different realms I prefer to focus on indexing and am active in ISC executive. As a UC Berkeley indexing course graduate, I continue professional development in indexing through webinars, seminars and conventions. My prices are fair and I work with...


Alexandra Peace

You've finished writing your book. Yay! Now you would like your readers to be able to find the carefully written information in it. That's why you've come to find an indexer. I have been a professional indexer for five years. I have a Certificate in Publishing from Ryerson University. I continue to upgrade my education by taking online courses from various national indexing associations and by attending conferences every year....


Alicia Peres

As an indexer, I can help your readers find what they’re looking for by writing an index that reflects the spirit and substance of your book. As an editor, I offer a range of editorial services to print and online publishers; small businesses and non-profit organizations; and individual clients. My twenty years’ editing experience and more recent indexing work are underpinned by substantial and ongoing professional training. I specialize in art...


Amanda Rodgers

I am an indexer, proofreader, and copywriter based in Newmarket, Ontario. I completed the Berkeley extension course in indexing in 2017 and have worked as a writer and proofreader since 2012. My experience and interests include music, arts and crafts including photography, real estate, and health care. See for more information.


Adrian Mather

A professional and dedicated indexer I work on scholarly and trade non-fiction. My indexes are clear, comprehensive and delivered on time. I have been in business for 15 years and have produced numerous indexes for a variety of publishers. Please see my website at for more information.


Andrea Hatley

Do you want a job well done, delivered on-time (or before) and at a reasonable price? Add to that hands-on, personal, and prompt service, and you’ve ensured value for the money spent.   I offer back-of-the book indexes for a variety of trade books aimed at non-specialist audiences. With an academic background in publishing, botany, ecology, sociology and aviation, and real-world work experience in both for-profit and not-for-profit (affordable housing/homelessness,...


Angela Wingfield

“I read the index from beginning to end, and it is truly excellent” (Dr. Sarah Jane Meharg, Pearson Peacekeeping Centre). “The index is outstanding!” (Dr. Alison R. Marshall, Professor, Department of Religion, Brandon University).


Audrey McClellan

I have been an editor and indexer for more than 20 years and have extensive experience working with both publishers and authors. As 2006 winner of the Editors’ Association of Canada Tom Fairley Award for Editorial Excellence, I can offer a final proofread as well as an index



I am an information management specialist and for the past 22 years I have been working at building and organizing structures of information that meets the  needs for the use and dissemination of content. I have studied library and archival science and do possess the strong background required for the intellectual organisation of information. I am bilingual and can deliver products in both English and French. Please feel free to contact...


Paul MacDonell

I have a two Masters degrees from the University of British Columbia (UBC). One is in Library and Information Studies and the other is a Masters in Archival Studies. At UBC, I took two indexing courses. I have also completed the Simon Fraser University Indexing course (Instructor: Heather Ebbs) and the U California Berkeley course (Instructor: Fred Leise). Because of my work schedule (full-time at Surrey Public Library), I have...


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