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?
There’s no end to zombie rules, and today’s News Roundup reviews two popular ones. Plus we introduce you to some (possibly) new confusables.
How can freelance editors best promote themselves using social media? Today’s News Roundup is loaded with tips to improve your online presence. Read on!
How do you set your freelance editing prices, win the best projects, and make it through the rough patches? Today’s News Roundup shows you how.
Digital tools have disrupted publishing industry. How are academic and news publishing—and their copyeditors—coping? Not well, it seems.
Freelance editors depend strongly on successfully marketing themselves. Today’s News Roundup collects ideas to try—and some to avoid.
Today’s News Roundup knocks down three firmly held beliefs on language usage.
In today’s News Roundup, we explore jargon’s place in plain English, the helpfulness of a spell-checker (really!), and some common hyphen problems.
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