Budding journalists learn that the opening paragraph of a news story, called the lead or lede, must contain the who, what, where, when, why, and how.
This article aims to describe a selection of spring holidays including how they are celebrated, how to describe them, & how to greet someone who is celebrating.
Language is only one way in which ableism manifests in society, but the language we use can transform conversations, perceptions, and biases.
Little errors, problems, or inconsistencies can drag a manuscript down, while little editing tips or procedures can make it shine and make clients happy.
There’s no getting around the fact that Microsoft Word is the defacto standard for word processing in editorial and publishing processes.
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Respecting a person’s correct personal pronoun contributes to a more inclusive environment.
One copy editor explains how she used this tool to plan monthly publications.
AP’s style is now to capitalize Black in a racial, ethnic, or cultural sense.
Here are some style guidelines and word choices for editors to think about as the new administration takes office.