About Vicki Weiland

Nonfiction Book Editor Vicki Weiland helps her clients focus on the vision of their projects

Vicki Weiland is a nonfiction book doctor/developmental editor and video scriptwriter specializing in fine arts, history, and business.

Vicki Weiland says:

“I am a nonfiction book editor with 30 years experience.  My most recent credits are: 2048: Humanity’s Agreement To Live Together, J. Kirk Boyd, Univ. of California, Berkeley, School of Law (Berrett-Koehler Publishing, Inc., March 2010); The End of War: How Waging Peace Can Save Humanity, Our Planet, and Our Future (endorsed by Archbishop Desmond Tutu), Paul K. Chappell (Easton Studio Press, June 2010); and Building Bridges from Writers to Readers: The 2009 San Francisco Writers Conference Anthology, Elizabeth Pomada and Michael Larsen Co-Founders (SFWC/iUniverse, 2009).” 

Vicki Weiland Writing & Editing
P.O. Box 641796, San Francisco, CA  94164-1796

2 Responses to “About Vicki Weiland”

  1. Sue Ross Says:

    Hellow Sweetheart!

    I hope you and Jim are celebrating a HAPPY & HEALTHY (not to mention very blessed) Thanksgiving. Charles and I are packing up for (yet another) move to Santa Rosa. I am working now at the Santa Rosa Symphony, which while a good job doesn’t allow me a breath to write or visit friends. (I don’t think I’ve been to SF for almost two years now due to these ridiculously demanding jobs.) I love and miss you and now, can’t find your email address, so hope this gets to you.

    My email is: kidangels@att.net. Cellphone is: 707-934-7997 (the new home phone will be active 12/4 and will be 707-523-3400).

    Please let me know how you are and send your email address as well, OK?

    I’d have called today, but I’m just recovering from a bad cold and my voice is hardly functioning. (Chas loves it.)

    Be well – Many blessings!

  2. 2011 BAIPA Get Published! Institute Roundup — The Book Designer Says:

    […] president of BAIPA, had excellent handouts for his Book Design and Digital Publishing sessions, and Vicki Weiland, who did the session on Editing, gave out so much great information it was like a mini-course on […]

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