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Being a good writer does not automatically make you a good editor. Editing involves a set of unique skills and concerns, and mastering them will make you more marketable and more valuable to clients, colleagues, and employers. The articles in this chapter can help you do just that.
Mapping the landscape of the editing profession is a tricky task, but we’re up to it.
Why a concept meant to bring clarity to the craft more often brings confusion.
How can I describe to you what an editor’s mind is doing while they ply their craft?
Google Docs lends itself well to the types of collaborative work editors often need to do. Here’s how to use it in your editing.
Microsoft Word has many features key to the types of collaborative work editors often need to do. Here’s how to use it in your editing.
The long and unexpected road to developing a skill I never meant to develop ran straight through London.
Examples of how you can report on your editing work to your client.
How one editorial department uses style guides in layers to create an in-house style that works for its publications.
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