Brandon Sayre, CES Academic Editor, is a publishing professional with experience in editing, writing, and content management. He holds a bachelor’s of English from Oklahoma Christian University along with a master’s in English literature from Abilene Christian University, where he worked at the writing center and taught as an adjunct professor. After teaching composition at Haskell Indian Nations University and The University of Kansas, Brandon served as a senior editor for Tate Publishing in Mustang, Oklahoma. There, he conceptually edited a wide array of literary genres, including theological works and Christian living manuscripts. He is now an editor of medical literature at Patient Resource, LLC.
“My college journalism professor always said, ‘Everyone deserves an editor,’” Brandon writes. “By that, I believe he meant that—no matter our skill or experience with writing—we all stand to grow from the technical and conceptual support a trained eye can provide. Many sharp minds have taught me much about written expression through their dutiful, invaluable edits and criticism of my composition. The written word is a powerful and often essential medium; as such, we all need and deserve help. Freelance editing is an opportunity for me to help others sharpen their ideas and prose in the pursuit of their academic goals.”
Brandon and his wife, Amanda, live in the Kansas City area. His hobbies include reading, playing and watching sports, and outdoor adventures.