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.
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.
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