We want to learn from you! With members that run their own freelance businesses, oversee content for Fortune 500 companies, write for publications like The New York Times, and edit everything from government reports to works of fiction, we are hungry to hear your ideas and learn from your experiences.
These are just a few of the topics we’d love to feature during one of our monthly webcasts, boot camps, or specialized webinars:
Whether you’re just starting your journey as an editor and have aspects of your thesis you’d like to share or you’re a seasoned writer and editor, your ideas are valuable, and we hope you consider sharing your knowledge with us.
Interested speakers and trainers should email Ashly Stewart.
ACES is currently accepting submissions for upcoming issues of Tracking Changes as well as the ACES blog.
Love language? Have something to say about punctuation? Want to share your editing ideas?
What might you write about?
In general, articles should focus on practical, real-world advice that our ACES colleagues can apply in their day-to-day work.
Interested writers should email Kim Lawyer.
Would you like to give back to ACES? Volunteer your time by editing an article that will appear on the ACES blog or in an upcoming issue of Tracking Changes.
Articles average between 700-2,000 words with an average one week turn-around time for editing.
Interested editors should email Kim Lawyer.