Nancy Tate Dredge

NANCY TATE DREDGE {[email protected]} was the second (1975–1981) and sixth (2000–09) editor of Exponent II. She was a contributor to Mormon Sisters: Women in Early Utah (ed. Claudia Bush￾man, 1976), for which she also acted as an assistant editor. She credits her experience editing Exponent II with the beginnings of her career in educational publishing, during which she worked as a content editor for such companies as Houghton Mifflin, Prentice Hall, and Pearson Publish￾ing. With her business partner, Sue Booth-Forbes, she founded Editorial Associates, Inc., and acted as supervising editor for literature, grammar, history, reading, and art textbooks. Nancy lives with her anthropologist cum business consultant husband Paul in Arlington, Massachusetts, as do several of her five children and their families.

Key Turning Points in Exponent II’s History

Articles/Essays – Volume 49, No. 2

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My Short Happy Life with Exponent II

Articles/Essays – Volume 36, No. 3

Dialogue 36.3 (Fall 2003): 191–1933
Claudia Bushman and others reflect back on Exponent II.

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