As editors, we know that the right article title is best determined after the article is written. So, too, with the names we give our businesses.
This Halloween, learn your banshees from your bogeymen and your phantoms from your poltergeists, as well as where they came from — etymologically, at least.
Looking outside the niche of tools designed for editors can reveal an assortment of useful resources.
Translations are a language’s conversion to another language. In the process, editing plays an important role.
An exclamative isn’t just any old clause that happens to be a little excitable.
Paisley Rekdal announced as the ACES 2020 keynote speaker
Ten specific words for that road you’re traveling.
Somehow, the jewelry business wound up with two homophones to classify the two materials it uses most, gold and gems.
Phil Blanchard, an editor who performed his trade primarily in newspapers over five decades, died on August 16, 2019, at his home in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Recap on the Aug. 21 #ACESChat with Christine Sweeney from the CIA.