Tyler Loveless

Editor and Researcher


As an editor, I work closely with writers and researchers to develop budding manuscripts, comb through archives, craft compelling book proposals, and clean up final drafts. Now, I’ve partnered with Evelyn Duffy at Open Boat Editing on a research project exploring the history and cultural influence of magazine publishing in the twentieth century.

“Tyler is one of the most gifted and tireless researchers I’ve had the privilege to work alongside.”
— Evelyn M. Duffy, Open Boat Editing

I’ve edited book proposals for best-selling authors, currently serve as an editor for the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, and most recently helped doctor a biography of Burl Osborne, former head of the Associated Press. Additionally, my own research has appeared in academic journals, edited volumes, and online magazines.

“I have no words to express how much my paper was advanced thanks to Tyler’s fantastic editing and insightful reading!”
— Tali Jaffe-Dax, Rutgers University

I support authors in all stages of the writing process by providing background research, line and copy edits, and comprehensive revision plans to improve textual ambiguity, thematic patterns, and argument structure. With acute attention to detail, I focus on the development and critique of manuscripts, proposals, dissertations, writing samples, newsletters, website copy, promotional materials, and more.

I hold a bachelor’s in Political Science and a master’s in Philosophy from the George Washington University. Prior to editing professionally, I advised multinational clients on labor rights developments for Sorini, Samet & Associates, and I led the communications team for three years at the Institute for International Economic Policy. Originally from Mississippi, I live and work in Washington, D.C.

Cell phone: (202) 441-9222

Email: edit@tylerloveless.com


Years in the field: 2
Years freelancing: 2


Tyler Loveless