The hosts of the NPR podcast "How to Do Everything" came to ACES to explain punctuation. Katharine O'Moore-Klopf and Craig Silverman offer wisdom as well.
Ashley Winchester won the ACES National Punctuation Day eecard competition with her sense of humor and an interrobang.
ACES member Paul Chevannes shares the history of punctuation marks in the English language in honor of National Punctuation Day.
Leaders from 16 journalism organizations discussed the need for industry unity at an industry summit at the Society of Professional Journalists.
The Society of Professional Journalists honored ACES Board of Directors member Sue Burzynski Bullard with its Distinguished Teaching in Journalism Award
The award was the third one presented by ACES.
"Weird Al" Yankovic's "Word Crimes" music video pokes fun at common grammar mistakes, but some editors believe it takes mockery too far.
Traditional editing skills often translate to proficient social media editing skills, but copy editors still need to know a few basics before editing a post.
Several ACES members joined to pay tribute to Rich Holden's career as he entered retirement.
The digital age may increase role conflict as copy editors' task-list grows, according to a Missouri School of Journalism master's thesis.