For ELT Professionals

  • Alphabet Publishing, indie publisher and friend, with some creative titles.
  • Earn, Learn, Thrive is a wonderful site for ELT freelancers, such as writers and editors. Includes resources and courses.
  • International Teacher Development Institute (iDTi), which offers teacher training courses. Has a nice blog section too.
  • Katherine Bilsborough, materials designer, has a blog I really like.on materials design.
  • Michael McCarthy's site, with much about grammar and vocabulary, including some excellent videos.
  • Nik Peachey's blog, with tips and free resources for using technology.
  • Teaching Village, organized by Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto, an expert in teaching young learners, but which includes content from a variety of ELT professionals.
  • Vicki Hollett does business materials, American/British English contrasts, and pronunciation. Also has a great YouTube channel.

For Fiction Authors

  • Jonathan Caws-Elwitt is the most careful and knowledgeable copy editor and proofreader I know. Bring your polished final drafts to him, and he'll get you to the next level.
  • Anne Victory's editing site. If I'm too busy for you, I'm also happy to send you to Anne. Great with genre fiction of all types.
  • The Chicago Manual of Style's monthly Q & A site. Thoughtful and humorous responses to questions about grammar and punctuation.
  • The Naked Truth about Self-Publishing, a free (!) ebook guide to getting started and doing well.