Sensitivity Reader Critique Services
I am available to do sensitivity readings and critique services for your articles, essays and manuscripts. I look for any bias, problems in language, stereotypes and negatively charged language.
I'm available state-wide as requested and as my schedule allows.
I would love to work with you
Noemi Martinez is a freelance writer, historian and researcher.
Noemi worked as a copy writer with me on a curriculum. She is a gem. We had a short turn around time and I was impressed with the quality of copy and research with the time parameters, especially for such a reasonable charge. I would definitely ask her to join me on another project and would recommend her to others.
Noemi is an excellent editor! As I work through her suggested edits my troubled paragraphs change from run-on-sentences, vague unsubstantiated and confusing, to actually looking pretty good. To the essay I would like it to be. Noemi offers professional editing and experienced feedback. She will help you find your way in the thicket to a piece of writing that is clear and concise with offering also knowledge of standard practices in grammar, syntax, and journalism. She also helps you learn to be a better writer by leaving clear and concise comments. She is in this way a teacher as well. I highly recommend her. A good editor is a beautiful thing!
I needed a manuscript read with quick turnaround and she was able to deliver, quickly. Was a pleasure to work with.
Essays & Guest blogs
We've Always Been Here: One Mujerista Talks Back to Intersectionality and White Feminism, Bitch Media.
Richard Marx and Fair-weather Friends, Geeky Gimp.
The Narcistick in You: Why We Should Embrace Selfie Sticks, Geeky Gimp.
Single Mamis on Father's Day, Xicana Chronicles.
Uncovered History: The Center of Culinary Co-opt in Motion, Austin, TX, Medium.
The Five Scariest Places in South Texas, Hermana Resist.
Some of Us Will Survive, Hip Mama Zine.
This is What Radical Mamihood Looks Like, Revolutionary Mothering: Love on the Front Line.
Maria Maria Interview in Make/Shift Issue 18.