The editorial director of G/O Media told top editors not to publish anything about the news and opinion site being shut down.
The magazine's first issue under a new editor marks a major shift by showcasing a rising black, openly lesbian female performer.
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Your job in the revision stage is to make sure that your book says what you want it to say, in the way that you want to say it. This is your book and your voice, after all.
But I've been hearing for years from many readers that books published by legacy publishers are filled with typos and errors of all kinds. I've seen it myself. And I wonder what's happened to copy editing as a field.
I learned long ago to refrain from reacting when fear starts jabbering on about failure. It does get easier, but man does
Decorum must prevail when you're in the office, so nasty-nice code words and phrases stand in for candor. Here's how to decipher passive-aggressive workplace communication.
Answers by Mary Norris, author of Between You & Me, copy editor at The New Yorker, on Quora. Q: Are job opportunities for
Who am I now? That's still an open question for me, and I'm not someone who's especially comfortable with ambiguity. If this is a beginning, rather than an end, what is it that's beginning? And if other people no longer look at me and see the president, who do they see?
Editors are one of the most important people in the publishing industry and people take what they do for granted and frankly, it makes me angry, so angry that I even gawked at a family member who wanted to use my services for free because they needed a writer/editor.