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“Anne Pushkal’s formidable research skills, nimble writing, and infectious wit resulted in profiles of our favorite spices, herbs, and zests that will surely tempt even spice-shy cooks to expand their culinary horizons.” –Katie Luber and Sarah Engram, The Spice Kitchen: Everyday Cooking with Organic Spices.

“Anne did a great job working with our editing project. She kept her commitments, told us what she was going to do, then did what she said she would do. Anne was very thorough and her input was helpful in addressing our needs. She took the time to familiarize herself with our company, then made recommendations based on our company culture, values, and principles. I can’t readily think of any way that Anne could have serviced us better. She did a great job and gave us ample time to discuss and review her recommendations.” -J., President, enterprise consulting client

“Anne Pushkal did a wonderful job editing and making suggestions on my project. She improved my project a great deal, and made suggestions that have allowed me to make further improvements. Anne is intelligent, professional, and pleasant to work with.” — Kate Ogden, Associate Professor of Art History at Stockton University

“The time and effort that Anne put into editing and providing feedback on my grant proposal was invaluable. She provided me with comments on writing style, structure of thought, consistency of ideas, and an overview of what a reviewer aims for in a successful applicant. After reading through and marking my application, we had numerous conversations that led to revisions. She was always available to look over revisions and invested in my success. She even provided me with writing resources for future projects. ” –Heidi S. (Graduate Fellow, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland)

“Anne’s competent work on formatting and checking footnote accuracy in the final stages of my dissertation writing was invaluable. She is consistently accurate and has great expertise in all aspects of editing. I recommend her most highly.” –Pamela Jardine, Independent Museums and Institutions Professional

“We really did find your analysis and input very helpful. Personally, I can’t think of anything you could have done differently to have served us better. I was especially helped by knowing what makes a blog interesting and “catchy” … and was also helped in knowing what I was doing right.”–S.H., enterprise consulting client.

“I read your meditation in Living Faith this morning.  I was so glad to see another one of yours pop up.  So many times those meditations are written by priests, nuns, spiritual directors, authors of religious books, etc. that I can easily become detached from them  But then along comes one from you….Your meditations always speak to a situation in my life, and seem to come along at the most appropriate times.  I hope that they publish more of your stuff.  It is insightful, inspiring, and just plain cool.” –Mario, a Living Faith reader

“Because we are in the Octave of Easter, your reflection ‘Cut To The Heart’ is certainly appropriate.  I have just recently completed a song lyric about the time between the Resurrection and Pentecost and found myself inspired, at the last minute, to change some words to the phrase ‘cut to the heart’….May Easter Joy fill your heart always.” –Skip, a Living Faith reader


Look for me in the acknowledgment pages of these books and dissertations:

Alain Breton, Rabinal Achi: Un drame dynastique maya du quinzieme siecle
Societe des americanistes & Societe d’ethnologiest_jerome_in_his_study-400

Joan Cameron Bristol, Christians, Blasphemers, and Witches:  Afro-Mexican Ritual Practice in the Seventeenth Century
University of New Mexico Press

Pamela Jardine, “Cultural Change in the Early Years of the
Blackfeet Reservation: The Fieldwork of Charles H.
Stephens in 1891.” PhD dissertation, University of
Pennsylvania, 2007

Catherine Komisaruk, Labor and Love in Guatemala:  The Eve of Independence
Stanford University Press

Laura Matthew, Memories of Conquest: Becoming Mexicano in Colonial Guatemala
University of North Carolina Press

Gabriela Ramos, Death and Conversion in the Andes: Lima and Cuzco, 1532-1670
University of Notre Dame Press

Yanna Yannakakis, The Art of Being In-between: Native Intermediaries, Indian Identity, and Local Rule in Colonial Oaxaca
Duke University Press

Gabriela Ramos and Yanna Yannakakis, eds. Indigenous Intellectuals:  Knowledge, Power, and Culture in Mexico and the Andes Duke University Press


“Working Alone – Together”  Article on coworking group I founded in the Press of Atlantic City


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