current events. Titles she edited at Oxford include Jonas Salk: A Life by Charlotte Jacobs; American Higher Education in Crisis? by Goldie Blumenstyk; Sustainability: A History by Jeremy Caradonna; and many others.
In the fall of 2014, Keely and her husband relocated to Denver to be nearer to family. She began working as a freelance editor, copyeditor, and collaborator for a variety of clients, publishers, and agents. She broadened the scope of her work to include fiction, young adult and middle grade books, politics, religious studies, and others. In 2015, she also joined WordServe Literary Agency to work with their base of clients. When not editing, she loves to ski, bike, and spend time with family.
Keely Boeving is a graduate of the University of Virginia, where she studied English and graduate with high honors. After attending the publishing program at the Denver Publishing Institute, she relocated to New York in 2010, where she lived for nearly five years. While there, she worked at Bloomsbury Publishing, Russell & Volkening Literary Agency, and Oxford University Press.
At OUP, Keely spent three years as the Assistant Editor for Trade working under Executive Editor Timothy Bent. She worked primarily in the field of history, with occasional forays into politics, environmental science, and