Articles from 2022

29 articles

May 30, 2022 ACES News

How to sell your boss on sending you to an ACES conference

You know you’ll come away refreshed and recharged, but how do you convince your boss that you need to attend an ACES conference?

May 16, 2022

For translation editors: Four practices for maximizing your value

If you implement these four practices well, there is a better chance that your translations, too, won’t get messed up.

May 2, 2022 Resources

Working from home with kids

Working from home with kids

April 21, 2022 Resources

Sleep on it

Make sure to sleep on things first; the headline may come out after your head hits the pillow.

April 7, 2022 Contests and Awards

ACES 2021 Headline Contest Winners

Announcing the 2021 National Headline Contest winners

April 2, 2022 Conferences

AP Stylebook Updates for 2022 Announced at ACES EMERGE

Big picture advice on inclusivity and identity dominated the AP Stylebook changes announced at the ACES national conference today (April 2) in San Antonio.

March 22, 2022 Resources

18 Questions to ask when refreshing your editor website

If you haven't touched your site in a while, now would be a good time to fix any errors, update the content, and refresh the design so that it looks inviting.

March 17, 2022 Resources

Let It Reign

Matthew Crowley looks at ways to write headlines that work.

March 4, 2022

2022 Grammar Day Poetry Contest Winners

Every year, ACES hosts our National Grammar Day poetry contest. Meet the 2022 winners.

March 1, 2022 Resources

Adventures in business planning: Best annual retreat ever!

Why would I need an entire week to retreat, especially given that I’m a solopreneur of my editorial business, Edits by Julia? Read on!