ACES allied with the Editor's Association of Canada, allowing ACES's more than 1,000 members and EAC's 1,500 members to share some benefits.
A roundup of three blogs about copy editing by bloggers Teresa Schmedding, Mignon Fogarty, and John McIntrye.
Amy Einsohn, author of "The Copyeditor's Handbook," revealed what it takes to be a copy editor in her 2011 article.
Multiple sources determine the average rate of copy editing ranges from four to eight pages/hour with approximately a six page/hour average.
The digital era has given rise to a new challenge for journalism-- navigating through heaps of potentially false information.
AP changed from abbreviating most state names in favor of spelling them out in the name of clarity.
ACES compiled a list of some of the most famous typos published. From the Bible to Kurt Vonnegut, these slips prove that no proof-reader is perfect.
Spellers or audience members could pay $1 to get the next letter of a word a speller was stuck on at the ACES Education Fund Spelling Bee.
ACES's silent auction raised nearly $3,500 for the ACES Education Fund-- a fund that provides five scholarships a year.
Among other surprising changes, AP Stylebook editors announced that "over" is all right to use to indicate greater numerical value and Wal-Mart's hyphenation.