Nicola King, BA (Hons), MPhil
Location: NEWPORT PAGNELL
Membership Grade: Advanced Professional Member
I work mostly on general academic, history, memoirs and archaeological books, and I am happy to consider other subject areas and types of books, including cookery. Editors, authors and providers of publishing services are among my clients, as well as traditional publishers. I studied archaeology at undergraduate and post-graduate levels, worked as an archaeological project manager and finds supervisor, and attained the Associate grade (AIFA) membership of the Institute for Archaeologists. I have also worked in the areas of domestic energy efficiency policy and testing and trialling consumer products for Which? magazine. I have been a church bell ringer for over 30 years.
I am available all year, including over the summer and other school holidays.
You can follow me on Twitter @icemaiden1964
Ex-professional field archaeologist, AIFA, with project management and finds expertise.
Index clients include: Cambridge University McDonald Institute, East Anglian Archaeology, Equinox, and Oxbow.
I have indexed a range of academic and general interest books including subjects as diverse as country house libraries, race horses, WWI – Americans serving in British forces, bicycles, Friends’ Ambulances, and railwaymen.
I have indexed a number of works in English about the history of Spain and Spanish speaking countries. Subjects included the failure of the Spanish Republic, rebuilding of Islam in contemporary Spain, and British Intelligence in Spain during WWII.
MPhil European Archaeology, Oxford University
Recent indexes include
Gilhus, Ingvild Sælid, Siv Ellen Kraft and James R. Lewis,
Manley, John, ed.,
Persson, Per et al.,
Turda, Marius and Maria Sophia Quine,
In 2017 I worked for self-publishing authors and the following publishers:
I B Tauris
Sussex Academic Press
Yale University Press
Special Publication Type
During 2017 I indexed several books of biography, family history and memoirs including:
Fresca: A life in the making by Helen Southworth, a biography of Francesca Allinson;
Painter of Pedigree by Lawrence Trevelyan Weaver, a biography of family member and artist, Thomas Weaver;
Practice Matters by Andrew Willis, a memoir of a GP and the growth of General Practice, and
Slow Growth by Hal Moggridge, a memoir of a landscape architect.
During 2017 I indexed a book to accompany an exhibition of ceramics, which included essays and catalogue descriptions of the works: Things of Beauty Growing: British Studio Pottery by Martina Droth, Glenn Adamson and Simon Olding, published by Yale University Press.