Ashley Winchester won the ACES National Punctuation Day eecard competition with her sense of humor and an interrobang.
Spellers or audience members could pay $1 to get the next letter of a word a speller was stuck on at the ACES Education Fund Spelling Bee.
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 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.
The ACES Education Fund awarded five collage students with 2012-13 scholarships.
Award honors academic research about story editing, headline writing
We awarded 2011's best headline writers.