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May 11, 2021 Resources

Finding Work as a Freelancer

Freelancing can be wildly rewarding, whether you do it full-time or on the side. Whatever your circumstances, celebrate your wins and learn from your losses.


May 6, 2021 Resources

More Than a Clue

Crossword editors are crucial to constructing your favorite word puzzles.


April 29, 2021 Resources

How to Level up in Video Game Journalism

So you love video games. You love writing and editing. Have you ever considered combining the three? Enter video game journalism.


April 23, 2021 ACES News

Big Stories of 2020 Drive AP Stylebook Changes, Additions in Past Year

The AP Stylebook team was busy over the past 12 months creating new style entries and having big picture discussions.


April 23, 2021 ACES News

AP Style Updates to be Announced at ACES 2021 Online

AP Style updates to be announced at ACES 2021 Online on Friday, April 23 at 4 p.m. EDT.


April 23, 2021 ACES News

APA Style Updates About to be Announced at ACES 2021 Online

APA Style Updates announced at ACES 2021 Online


April 15, 2021 Resources

The Long and the Short of Leads

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.


April 8, 2021 Resources

Writing and Editing Retail Articles in 3 Easy Steps

As long as retail continues to evolve and adapt, retail journalists will always have a pen and paper on hand.


April 1, 2021 ACES News

ACES’ Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives Continue to Grow

New fellowship and resource center support our D&I goals.


March 30, 2021 Resources

Accurate and Inclusive Holiday Language: Spring Holidays

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.