In addition to the editing they were hired for, copyeditors are tasked with maintaining and refining the author’s unique writing style.
Completing a large project can drain you of your creativity. Thankfully, there are many ways to relax and recharge your creative spark
Before deciding whether to replace “social” with “sociable,” learn about this centuries-old zombie rule that stumps copyeditors to this day.
Sometimes, copyediting rules can be subjective. The common yet controversial use of the word “get” is no exception.
Negotiating is important, even for copyeditors. Learn how to guide your author or supervisor to get the answer you desire from your queries.
A “bludgeon” is defined as “a heavy, short club that is thicker at one end or is weighted at one end.” It’s a good alternative for “club.”
Language changes with use. Who’s capping “Black” and “White”? How can editors decide which style to follow? Read on to find out.
You wrote something, and it’s good. Good copy might get you noticed, but great copy is more likely to nudge your audience toward conversion.
R u srs? Of course spelling still counts! The key is in its application. Why spelling matters and the value of good writing.
Your editor sent you back your edited manuscript and it looks great. But what’s this other file they sent? Meet your style sheet.