The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting quarantines are affecting everyone, freelance editors included.
You know you’ll come away refreshed and recharged, but how do you convince your boss that you need to attend an ACES conference?
It’s easy for editors to treat notes as an afterthought, but by approaching them with craft and care, they can be helpful, approachable, and useful.
Watch for these telltale signs that text has been copy–pasted
Breaking in as a freelance copyeditor is tough, even if you love reading and you pride yourself on your spelling skills.
By following a few conference survival basics, you’ll be better prepared and more likely to have an entirely positive ACES experience.
The concept of creativity is easily overlooked. It’s often overshadowed by terms such as clarity, concision, and readability...
Here are some key dictionaries, which style guides use them, and differences among them.
Here’s a quick guide: If you’re not linking for one of these four reasons, you probably don’t need a link.
Editors must define and demystify this sticky concept so attribution can be harnessed as an integral and powerful tool.