Dick Margulis and Jodi Brandon explain that self-publishing clients often don't have an extensive background in receiving edits and feedback on their work.
ACES recognized its 2015 National Headline Contest winners at the award banquet during its 20th annual conference in Portland, Ore.
ACES honored Vicki Krueger as its eighth Glamann Award winner at its 20th annual conference in Portland, Oregon.
Sarah Grey, owner of Grey Editing LLC, won theh 2015 Robinson Prize at the ACES 2015 national conference.
Preliminary figures estimated that the 2016 ACES annual conference would have over 650 people in attendance— a record number.
Washington Post copy editor Bill Walsh reviewed common copy editing pitfalls in his presentation "Rookie Mistakes that Even Veterans Make."
At ACES's 2016 national conference, Chris Wienandt shared how to squeeze an article's content into four to six words in headline writing.
Samaruddin Stewart's "Visual Verification" session at ACES 2016 offered free online tools for verifying images.
A panel of five presented their thoughts in their session "The Future of Copy Editing" at the 2016 ACES national conference.
ACES presents program covers from each of its conferences in celebration of its 20th year of holding the premier editing conference in the U.S.