Stylo Editorial Services was established in 2012 by Michael Gollner (B.F.A., M.A., Ph.D. [candidate]), a professional editor with over ten years’ experience in editing, proofreading, and translation, to provide high-quality editorial services to a wide-range of clients, including publishers, authors, businesses, academics, graduate students, NGOs, and more. With a reputation for reliability and personalized service, Stylo maintains an emphasis on high-quality editorial work.
Michael Gollner is a member of the Editors’ Association of Canada and the principal editor and translator at Stylo Editorial Services. A published writer and researcher, currently completing his PhD at McGill University, Michael has been providing editorial support to writers of varying skill levels for over a decade. In addition to his work at Stylo, Michael currently serves as Co-Editor of Arc, an interdisciplinary, refereed journal published annually by McGill University. Prior to founding Stylo, Michael worked for several years as editor of the peer-reviewed Journal of Religion and Culture, published by Concordia University. He has also worked as a Teaching Assistant at McGill and Concordia universities for over six years, helping students improve their essays and writing skills. He has edited and translated a wide range of documents, including journal articles, autobiographies, book chapters, annual reports, graduate theses, admissions essays, brochures, web copy, and more.