Kevin Bruns is an accomplished public affairs professional with 25 years of experience in senior policy and communications positions on Capitol Hill, with public affairs firms, and as a consultant. A highly regarded writer, he writes for a range of audiences and in a range of styles and formats, including research papers, policy analysis, articles, media statements, congressional testimony and Web copy.
An attorney, Kevin worked on Capitol Hill for ten years, where he held legislative and committee counsel positions, handling health care, education, tax, federal budget and banking. He served as executive director of America’s Student Loan Providers, a coalition of student loan organizations. In that capacity, he appeared on NPR, Marketplace radio and C-Span’s Washington Journal and was quoted widely on higher education financing issues. His strongest background is in health policy, education and the pharmaceutical industry.
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writing coach, website text editing, substantive editing, stylistic editing, structural editing, rewriting, research, proofreading, non-fiction-scientific / technical, non-fiction-biography / memoir, non-fiction-all, non-fiction-academic
Recent Global Posts
I’m going to admit something right now – for a long time, I found Twitter objectively horrifying. A social media platform that limits posts to 140 characters, reduces your identity to the @ sign, and bases your […]
Whitney Hopler wrote a new post, Well-Being with Whitney: George and Martha Washington, Resiliency Role Models, on the site Whitney Hopler 4 days, 12 hours ago
On President’s Day, Americans think about our nation’s first president — George Washington — whose birthday inspired the holiday. We see his face on ads for President’s Day sales, and may be inspired enough t […]
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The following is an example of the kind of line editing I do with complex texts written by a non-native English speaker:
Academic Editing example-Statement of Research
I also handle formatting, copy […]
By Ashley Henyan
While we can generally agree that realism fundamentally changed the way journalism as a writing form was practiced, clearly the lines that separate journalism, from non-fiction, from […]
Destructive anger erupts around us so often that it’s easy to forget that anger itself isn’t right or wrong; it’s simply an emotion that God has designed to direct our attention to important issues we should […]
Editor wrote a new post, “Authors Helping Healthcare” Interview Series Begins, on the site NAIWE NewsWire 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Writers’ Interview Series
February marks the launch of the Authors Helping Healthcare interview series. Part conversation, part writers’ workshop, Authors Helping Healthcare is designed for communicators w […]
Recently, a potential client came to me with the idea that I could edit his book in a few weeks. Although there is no rule as to how long an editing job will take, there are ways to estimate how long it will […]