Here are some style guidelines and word choices for editors to think about as the new administration takes office.
Three ACES members have been selected as the first recipients of the Richard S. Holden Diversity Fellowship: Ruksana Hussain, Erich Lagasse, and Vee White.
In June, the ACES Twitter chat featured Steve Bien-Aimé, an assistant professor at Northern Kentucky University who researches race and gender issues in media.
Editing proactively for inclusive language is a meaningful way we can expand the worldviews of writers and readers.
A little digging can reveal the hostile origins of many common terms and phrases.
ACES: The Society for Editing and the Dow Jones News Fund have created the Richard S. Holden Diversity Fellowship.
Avoiding bias isn’t incidental to an editor’s job but central.
What if not knowing this amazing literary world existed was keeping people from living their fullest lives?
A core belief among editors is the right of people to be heard, and ACES: The Society for Editing supports the free exercise of that right for everyone.
Continual changes in expert knowledge, consumer trends, and technical know-how mean that the publishing industry always faces a wealth of new challenges.