Grace Duggan is an editor, copy editor, and proofreader, among other things. She can do these jobs in English, Spanish, or both. Some of the places she has worked include The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Road Runners, the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, and the New England Review. She’s worked in-house and freelanced for more than 100 organizations, including non-profits, Fortune 500s, advertising agencies, individual authors, and more. Her clients include the American Civil Liberties Union, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, National Institute for Reproductive Health, New York Road Runners, Poly Prep Country Day School, Queens Museum, and Sam Schwartz Engineering, among others (a select client list is available by request). She has edited four non-fiction books.
With a background in journalism, her writing has appeared in the New York Times, GLASS, GLASS Quarterly Hot Sheet, BUST, The Huffington Post, and New York Family. For two years, she was the Managing Editor of GLASS, a fine arts magazine about contemporary glass art.
She was a lucky recipient of a Fulbright scholarship to teach English in Madrid, Spain, in 2009. She is a proud graduate of Middlebury College, where she majored in English Literature, minored in Spanish, and fell in love with the Russian department.