Category Archives: Writers and Editors

Happy Bloomsday!

Raise a cup of cheer for James Joyce and celebrate Bloomsday with one of these activities. Continue reading

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The “Due To” Argument: Prescriptivism vs. Descriptivism

You say “because of,” I say “due to.” But there’s no need to call the whole thing off. Continue reading

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Test Your Apostrophe Knowledge

We’ve talked about apostrophes at length. Now test your knowledge. Continue reading

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How to Find the Right Editor

You’ve crafted your writing with all the skills and art you posses . But at some point, you have to let someone else handle your copy. You have to hire an editor. Continue reading

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2010: The Year You Connect to Your Audience

Welcome writers to 2010, the year you make contact…with your audience! If your goal this year is to improve your writing, you’ll want to visit this blog often. In addition to spicing up your writing with some great words, you’ll … Continue reading

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Unraveling the Mysteries of the Editorial Process

Telling the difference between an editor’s title and his role in the editorial process. Continue reading

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