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.
Ready to make your mark? Today’s News Roundup has lessons on commas, semicolons, and apostrophes.
You might be a spectacular copyeditor, but to succeed as a freelancer, you have to be a spectacular businessperson, too. Today’s News Roundup is loaded with tips to help you be that person.
Today’s News Roundup looks at while and although, a popularly confused idiom, and the usage of monochrome.
In today’s News Roundup: get into the fiction-editing mindset, help your authors deal with Track Changes easier, and practice ethical behavior by understanding truth.
Today’s News Roundup has three lessons in grammar. And one in fish biology.
How do you do that thing that you do? Today’s News Roundup looks at being funny in scientific writing, communication with authors, and identifying plagiarism.
Zombie rules are all around us: those rules of usage that have little to no connection with reality. Today’s News Roundup slays three of them.
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