evaluations, of indexes

Today I read a tweet from an author frustrated with the quality of the index the publisher was sending her. She suspected it was machine generated and her frustration was palpable, mostly because of her emoji decision. The struggle of not knowing how to determine the worth of an index is real. To avoid real-life… Continue reading evaluations, of indexes


on names

This week I am indexing an historical biography on a woman of importance in the late 1800s and early 1900s. I feel, a little, like I’m studying for a high-school history class (for me that is a huge perk of being an indexer, I love learning about people, places, and concepts I’d otherwise have no… Continue reading on names