Editor-911 Books is a small, independent, traditional publisher in St. Louis, MO, run by Margo L. Dill and started in 2020. We publish books for all ages, but especially for kids, parents, teachers, and grandparents. We have four imprints: Editor-911 Kids, Editor-911 Romance, Editor-911 Mystery, and Editor-911 Knowledge.
For more information about our books and where they are sold, check out the Editor-911 Books page.
Margo L. Dill is a children's author, writer, editor, instructor, publisher, 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 five published books for children and teens and countless articles and blog posts published. For WOW! Women On Writing, she edits articles and columns, judges and critiques flash fiction stories and personal essays, and teaches online writing and marketing courses. She also works as a quality assurance manager for Farm Journal out of Lenexa, KS.
Editor-911: Your Projects Are My Emergency is the backbone of the Editor-911 company. Margo began editing and proofreading for writers, businesses, and nonprofit organizations in 2006; and she hasn't quit since.
Services for writers are a separate part of the Editor-911 company, and this does NOT include publishing writers' books. Writers' services' goal is to help writers create their best work while seeking publication. To learn more, visit Writers' Services.
Twelve-year-old Henry Simmons lives in Greenwood, OK in 1921. It's known as Black Wall Street, and he's always felt safe. Until May 31, 1921. That's the night White Tulsa residents destroyed Henry's neighborhood. Read more about the book by clicking below.