Today’s News Roundup helps you solve one pesky grammar problem, discusses the business side of copyediting, and reflects on the beauty of language.
Once they’re pointed out to you, you’ll find them everywhere. How to fix a dangling followed in “Dangling Followed.” (Shearson Editorial Services)
More great articles
- “Copy Editing: Has the Job Really Changed?”: Copyediting may be changing in the digital age, but the problem is that the executives never knew what copyediting was. (Common Sense Journalism)
- “The Business of Editing: Pricing Yourself Out of the Market When Applying for Work”: Setting your price is a balancing act. Here are some items to consider. (An American Editor)
- “The Things We Say”: A celebration of American English’s vibrancy. (You Don’t Say)
- “Word Crushes”: Language experts reveal their secret (and not-so-secret) word crushes. (Words Work)