Editors Ink. is a professional editing, editorial, and content consultancy based in Vancouver, Canada.
Simply put, we make your words beautiful. We support non-fiction writers and academics working on books and articles with critical and constructive editing.
We provide a wide variety of English-language editorial services for effective communication: websites, newsletters, blogs, social media, professional and personal profiles, company communications, and podcasts. If it’s in the English language, we can help.
We also do corporate communications, content strategy and content marketing on retainer and contract. We help raise public awareness, build stakeholder, community, and public relations, and meet market objectives through beautiful content, driven by story. We do it in a way to address your needs right now, with solid steps in place for the future. Have a project or campaign you need help with? Contact us. We have a flair for piquing curiosity, and a talent for cultivating public engagement.
Gloria J. Chang
Founder and Principal
Gloria is a Canadian writer, editor, and broadcaster based in Vancouver, Canada.
Her stories have appeared in Reader’s Digest International, Vancouver Magazine, GEIST magazine, Vancouver Sun Travel, Westjet Magazine, The Georgia Straight, and finedininglovers.com. She was a regular columnist for cbc.ca Analysis & Viewpoint and The Richmond Review.
She was a department editor for TC Media, one of Canada’s largest publishers in both print and digital media.
Her broadcast stories have been seen and heard on CTV News, CBC French Television (Radio-Canada), Discovery Channel Canada, and a variety of local and national shows on CBC Radio, Canada’s public broadcaster.
Gloria was part of the team that launched exn.ca, Discovery Channel Canada Online (now discovery.ca), one of the world’s first editorial websites, and Transcontinental Media’s online presence of its women’s magazines: Elle Canada, Canadian Living, Homemaker’s, and Style at Home.
She has taught creative writing and journalism at Langara College Dept. of Creative & Applied Arts and is a recipient of the Jack Webster Foundation Research Fellowship. In the fall of 2018, she taught East Asian literature in translation (English) at Yonsei University, one of South Korea’s top universities.
Gloria holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Theory from McGill University and a Master of Arts in Journalism from Western University (University of Western Ontario).
She has specialized knowledge in science communications as a former staff science journalist for Discovery Channel Canada, and formal and practical education in all aspects of wine (Wine & Spirits Education Trust, Level 4 Diploma). She is a member of the Council of Science Editors, the BC, Canada chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators, and the Guild of Sommeliers.
Gloria speaks English, French and Korean.