Alex Cruden was the sixth recipient of the ACES's Glamann Award-- an award that recognizes people who contributed to the Society and copy editing.
ACES recognized Katharine O'Moore-Klopf for her contributions to copy editing and excellence in copy editing skills by awarding her the 2013 Robinson Prize.
ACES presents highlights from its 18th national conference in Las Vegas.
ACES President Teresa Schmedding delivered the annual state of ACES speech, emphasizing the vital clarifying that copy editors do.
ACES announced the winners of its annual headline contest during the 18th annual conference. The winning headlines were published in 2013.
National Grammar Day Haiku Contest judges selected winner Gretchen McCulloch's doge-inspired entry.
Evidence says online readers want edited news.
ACES member and Education Fund president Merrill Perlman copy edited The Verification Handbook-- a free Web-based book with tips for crowd-sourcing information.
ACES offers Valentine's-themed word choices to help their writers avoid cliche and bland phrases.
The ACES awarded five students scholarships to cover college education costs and financial help to attend the ACES annual skill-building conference.