Brennan, Angela AE

Angela Brennan is an IPEd accredited editor with over 20 years’ experience working in education, horticulture, publishing, editing, writing and journalism. Angela is attentive to detail, and concentrates on ensuring the author’s message is delivered with simplicity and clarity. She has particular expertise in adapting specialised material—such as academic research—to meet the needs of a broader audience.

Contact details

Blackwood South Australia 5051
0479 034 480


Clients include individuals, TAFE, Australia College, AusVeg, CSIRO, SARDI, Waite Arboretum, SA Nursery and Garden Industry, Landscape Association SA, Institute of Aboriginal Development, Conservation Councils (SA, NT, Victoria), Australian Conservation Foundation, NT Government, Distance Education NT and numerous community organisations.
Angela has worked with landscapers, farmers and growers, indigenous writers and learners, self-publishing authors, religious institutions, governments, NGOs, conservation organisations and researchers (particularly scientists). She has produced or adapted educational material for learners with special needs, and for distance and indigenous education, with a particular emphasis on literacy and comprehension. Angela has held workshops in professional and creative writing.


IPEd Accredited Editor; BA (History), LaTrobe University; Graduate Diploma Education (Adult), Murdoch University; Cert IV Assessment/Training, Fremantle TAFE; Cert III Horticulture, Urrbrae TafeSA; Diploma Horticulture (currently studying), Urrbrae TafeSA

Special skills

Writing and rewriting; author support and advice; structural editing, copyediting, proofreading (on screen and paper); formatting material, research assistance, teaching editing and writing skills, word processing, abstracting, academic editing.

Areas of expertise

Education and training, environment, conservation and land management, gardening, arboriculture, horticulture & agriculture, urban landscapes, Aboriginal studies, art and the arts, Australian studies, biography, biological sciences, history and religion.

Computer software capability

Excel (OSX 2011); Microsoft Word (OSX 2011); Powerpoint; Outlook; (OSX 2011)

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