Looking for a Reading Challenge?

Categories: general
It’s been awhile since I’ve blogged, but I have plans to post more regularly this year. In the meantime, since all good writers (and editors) read, I’d like to direct your attention to my other blog, Rhymes with Croatia. I’m…
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Perception vs Reality: The Representation of Data

Categories: marketing
In the aftermath of this week’s presidential election, it’s hard not to feel like a nation divided. No matter how you look at it, Republican/Democrat, popular vote/electoral college, win/lose, there’s a perceived lack of unity. The electoral college map shows…
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The Latest Version of My Portfolio

Categories: general
My online portfolio has been a work in progress for far longer than I like to admit. And not in a “we’re all a work in progress” kind of way. No, in a completely ripped-to-shreds reimagining kind of way. But…
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How Not to Advertise a Project

Categories: marketing
 (Note: This post originally appeared on this blog back in 2012 and I removed it, using it instead as a writing sample. I’m republishing it since it’s relevant to the content I plan to provide in the future.) As I…
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Editing in 2015 and Plans for 2016

Categories: editing
Last year I did an “Editing Report for 2014 and a Preview of 2015” post over on my other blog, Rhymes with Croatia. But it makes sense to move that here now. I’m happy to say I had another solid…
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Well, hello there.

I’m Stacia Rogan, an editor, project manager, avid reader, former full-time freelancer, sporadic writer, and list-maker.

If you’re looking for information about my editing services, head on over to my professional page. Otherwise, check out my blog or drop me a note.


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