Here are some folks who advise on various types of sensitivity editing. We do not post their rates. Please contact them for more information about their services.
Do you have a sensitivity/diversity editor who you highly recommend? Contact us about them! At this time, we are only considering editors who are disabled, d/Deaf, neurodiverse, Spoonie, and/or those who manage mental illness. Intersectionality with gender, race, culture, and sexual orientation is most welcome! Please note: We are not a consulting/hiring agency. This is merely a list of professionals who provide a service.
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An editorial company of all BIPOC publishing professionals. Visit their website for more information about their services, which include sensitivity editing. They also have an editor-in-training mentorship program.
Sensitivity editor for representation of people who manage mental illness.
Contact KJ through email: contact @ kellyjaiello. ca
Jacques Alek Cimeša
Sensitivity editor for works that contain neurodiverse (ADHD, chronic depression) and hard of hearing characters.
Contact Jacques by email: jecimesa @ gmail .com
Offers sensitivity consultations and editing for any of his marginalizations, including but not limited to:
- autistic spectrum
- d/Deaf characters
- transmasc and trans male experiences
- parental abuse
- asexual and aromantic spectrum
- chronic illness (contact for specifics)
- psychosis, bipolar, Cluster B personality disorders and (C)PTSD
- mixed/uncertain racial identity
Sensitivity editor for characters who manage mental illness, including Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)
Contact Nathan by email: nathancarofrechette @ gmail .com
Sensitivity editor for ableist terms or expressions.
Kohent Talia C. Johnson
Sensitivity editor for queer, trans, and/or autistic representation.
Sensitivity specialties: Blindness and visual impairments. Gay male characters.
Accepts paid work only. Payments can be negotiated.
Sensitivity editor for tropes regarding Indigenous representation, and/or for disability and mental illness representation.
Contact April by email: 10thmuse @ gmail. com
Dorothy Ellen Palmer
Sensitivity editor for senior representation and/or disabled folks with physical disabilities.
Contact Dorothy by email: dep230 @ yahoo .com
Jennifer Lee Rossman
Offers sensitivity reading for the following:
- Power wheelchairs
- Spinal muscular atrophy
- Being bisexual
- Being nonbinary (assigned female at birth)
- Living in a group home
- Living in a nursing home
- Emotional abuse and manipulation
Offers sensitivity reading regarding voice issues, dysphonia, autoimmune issues, arthritis.
You can contact Amelia by email: Ameliasides5 @ gmail .com
Offers sensitivity editing advice for the following:
- LGBTQ issues (specifically ace, trans, and non-binary)
- own-voices perspectives regarding mental health (such as depression, anxiety, light OCD, and body dysmorphia/gender dysphoria)
- issues surrounding body positivity, eating disorders (mostly anorexia), and associated thoughts and behaviours
Visit Andrew’s website for more information and contact them by email: carnivorousminds @ gmail .com