Today’s News Roundup continues the conversation on ethics in editing, advises on approaches to resolving conflicts, and shares thoughts on what makes a great editor.
Today’s News Roundup teaches you how to fix dangling modifiers, demonstrates proper usage of got, and discovers what we don’t know about usage guides.
In today’s News Roundup: understanding your freelance paycheck, transition from full-time work to freelancing, and setting up Twitter to market your business.
We look at some big publishing questions in today’s News Roundup: Why are fraudulent authors allowed to keep publishing? What’s the problem with extending copyright protection? And why are university press books so expensive?
For your Thursday reading pleasure, the News Roundup offers counsel on editing ethics, a tip for improved accuracy, and how to settle workplace disputes. Read on!
Are you exploring acro-yoga or are you more interested in the true meaning of freedom? Today’s News Roundup looks at words new and old.
In today’s News Roundup, we look at ways to do copyediting better. Read on, and improve your skills!
Copyeditors are paid to correct the language. Today’s News Roundup reminds us that a healthy language is a moving target.
Freelance editors have to market themselves constantly. Today’s News Roundup helps you make the most of what you need to do.
Style sheets. The reason is because. Grammatical theater. What’s not to love about today’s News Roundup?
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