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At Weapenry, we’re a team of authors and editors who want to help each other succeed. And as soon as you sign on, we’ve got your back.

We know that the editing process can be overwhelming, so we promise to be your partner until the end! If something isn’t working, or if we think another set of eyes will help discover the perfect solution, we’ll draw on everyone’s experience to give you the best service possible. We’ll be your biggest champion; we’ll let you know what needs improvement, but we’ll also let you know when you’ve struck gold! (Don’t be surprised to see comments in your edit where we declare our undying love for your character!)

We strive to treat your words and ideas with the respect they deserve while helping you create the best work possible. We want you to thrive, and we can’t wait to help you reach your goals!

About Our Team

Rachel Schmidt

Rachel Schmidt is a content and copy editor for Weapenry. Prior to joining the Weapenry team, she was an editorial intern for two and a half years at two small independent presses. She’s edited a number of fiction novels and short stories, including a six book series.

Rachel received a B.A. in English from Arizona State University, which is where her love for science fiction, fantasy, and YA stories truly became her passion. When she isn’t reading or editing, she enjoys traveling to new places, trying to find the best brunch spot, and dragging her friends to the concerts of her favorite obscure artists.

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Analía Cabello

Analía Cabello is a content and copy editor for Weapenry. She has spent the last seven months as an editorial intern with two literary agencies, where she evaluated and assisted in developing a variety of fiction and nonfiction projects ranging from children’s books to new adult books to pop-culture-inspired cookbooks. She has been completing line edits and proofreads on essays and short stories for friends and family for eight years and counting! She had a three-year stint as a copy editor in high school, after helping the school news magazine create the position.

Analía received a B.S. in Child Development, a B.A. in Comparative Ethnic Studies, and a minor in Psychology from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. In her free time, she devours as many new YA releases as she can get her hands on, explores the outdoors, and experiments with new recipes.

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