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Trying to win new business? Typos can sabotage your credibility.
A special announcement from ACES
Freelancers and those listed on the Editors for Hire page, beware of phishing scams
Macros save you time and energy by automatically performing repetitive tasks, leaving your brain free to do actual substantive editing.
ACES' new president shares her perspective and enthusiasm for leading ACES into the future.
ACES member and former executive committee vice president, David Sullivan, remembers Hank Glamann
ACES: The Society for Editing has hired its first operations manager, Abbi Booth.
Veteran New York Times and freelance copy editor Merrill Perlman shares her perspective on the changing role of copy editors.
Panelists at ACES 2018 talk about using representative language instead of strictly adhering to a stylebook.