While your freelance business may be booming now, it may be busting come January. Use your time wisely, and you’ll experience less downtime. Here’s how.
Where would editors be without words? In today’s News Roundup, learn the history of a common phrase, check out the runners-up in Oxford Dictionaries’ WOTY contest, and rethink all those slang words you love to hate.
Personal preferences. Grammar quizzes. Editor’s skillset. It’s all covered in today’s News Roundup. Read on!
The Word of the Year announcements have begun! In today’s News Roundup, we have the winners of two early contests, plus some candidates for next year’s contests.
In today’s News Roundup: capitalizing Brussel sprouts, fixing misnegation, and finding inspiration to keep aiming for elegant prose.
In today's News Roundup: What do Ann Patchett and Steven Pinker have in common? Inaccurate book reviews, apparently. Plus a love note to –gate.
In today’s News Roundup: tips for editing tech writing and for replenishing your creativity. And a little mirror for us all.
Let’s brush up our grammar, shall we? Today’s News Roundup features lessons on passive voice, danglers, and redundancies. Dig in!
In today’s News Roundup: keeping your author out of legal trouble, ensuring your work flows freely, and keep yourself out of hot water.
A dictionary is an editor’s best friend, right? This News Roundup: a dictionary’s new words, the etymology of pair from another dictionary, and a big anniversary for a third.
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