About Margo L. Dill and Editor 911

Margo created Editor 911 in 2006 to help authors create the best possible work they can!


For over 13 years, Margo Dill has worked with authors, students, job applicants, non-profit organizations, businesses, law firms, and more to take their projects to the next level. Whether they needed proofreading for a self-published book, copy for a website, content editing to secure an agent, advice on marketing, or resume building, Editor 911 clients have received polished, professional work, which helped take their careers to the next level.

Margo is a professional writer, editor, instructor, and writing coach in St. Louis, MO. She has a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in elementary education. She has three published books , with one on the way, for children and teens and countless articles and blog posts published. For WOW! Women On Writing, she edits articles and columns as well as judges and critiques flash fiction stories and personal essays for the popular quarterly writing contests and teaches online writing and marketing courses. Her background is varied and wide, and she would love to add you and your project to her list of clients.

Specialty areas: Although Margo has written about everything from dogs to space (and even dogs in space), she has worked often in the following areas: 


  • An asbestos and mesothelioma specialty law firm
  • Pharmaceutical class action suits and mass torts
  • Lawyer bios
  • Standardized testing items, especially in reading and language arts
  • Elementary grade standardized testing reading passages
  • Online lesson plans for elementary school teachers
  • Fiction writing, including writing for children and novelists
  • Marketing books
  • Self-publishing


  • Picture books
  • Novels (middle-grade, YA, and adult)
  • Memoirs
  • Personal essays
  • Resumes
  • Agricultural articles
  • Writing articles
  • Marketing articles

Please look around the site and read a helpful article or two. If you have questions, email Margo at margolynndill (at) gmail.com or fill out the contact form on the home page.