Don’t discriminate: Read all types of books, blogs and publications and read out load as well
You get a little rapping, some laughter and money for the National Press Club's Journalism Institute
A, B, C, or that really long option? Look at multiple-choice questions from all directions.
The $3,000 scholarship aims to help and inspire young editors
Trayes, the 2008 ACES keynote speaker, has taught DJNF editing interns for 50 years
Competitors just happen to really like spelling — the way copy editors just happen to really like being particular about language.
A new freelancer’s give her take (and tips) on attending ACES' national conference in St. Petersburg
Feel empowered when you step out from behind the pen.
Freelancers just starting out can avoid pitfalls with the advice of Elizabeth d'Anjou.
Her new book, "Word by Word," satisfies people's fascination with what it's like to 'write a dictionary'.