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© 2019 by Ashley Mingus

About the Editor

Photo by October K. Santerelli

Ashley Mingus is a Denver-based editor, writer, and researcher specializing in nonfiction and academic writing with experience in fiction editing. Her love of reading, writing, and searching for historical documents combined with her attention to detail make editing and research her passions. She is educated in history, publishing, and the arts, and has worked for several Denver institutions, both as a museum and editing professional. These institutions include the Denver Art Museum, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, the Colorado Historical Society, and the Anderson Academic Commons Library.  

Professional Qualifications

  • M.A. in Art History and Museum Studies, University of Denver

  • Graduate Certificate in Publishing, the Denver Publishing Institute

  • B.A. in History and Art History, University of Denver 

Bio At A Glance

About the Editorial Process

If you would like to work with AE Freelancing: 

  1. Please look over the kinds of services offered and think about what your manuscript needs.

  2. Use the Contact page to send us a message describing your project. 

  3. We'll send you our brief Client Questionnaire to complete so we can get a more comprehensive view of the kind of editing or research you want. 

  4. After a review of the Questionnaire, we'll contact you about your timeline, contract, and quote. Get started today!


Publications Assisted

Jordan Casteel: Returning the Gaze

Curated by Rebecca R. Hart, published by the Denver Art Museum


New Territory: Landscape Photography Today

Curated by Eric Paddock, published by the Denver Art Museum

Rembrandt: Painter as Printmaker

by Jaco Rutgers and Timothy Standring, published by the Denver Art Museum

Eyes On: Erika Harrsch

by Rebecca R. Hart, published by the Denver Art Museum

The Denver Artists Guild

by Stan Cuba, published by the Colorado Historical Society

Eyes On: Jonathan Saiz

by Rebecca R. Hart, published by the Denver Art Museum