Reading list to develop skills in structural/developmental editing.
Category: book review
Understanding Contract Terms: The Paper It’s Written On
Into every freelancer’s life, a few contracts must fall. If words like “indemnify”, “non-disclosure”, and “non-compete” strike fear into your heart, Karen Cather and Dick
Q&A On Blogging for Business with Louise Harnby
Blogging is one of the oldest uses of the internet and remains one of the most valuable practices for raising your visibility online. Louise Harnby
Blogging for Business Growth (Review)
Blogging can help raise your business website in the search rankings and provide valuable content to existing and potential clients. But getting going can be
Review: The Complete Canadian Book Editor
Ooh, I hated this book. I tell you some of why I can still recommend it, in my How To column at Copyediting.com. Read below to hear
Effective Onscreen Editing (review)
The list of updates to this third edition of Effective Onscreen Editing, by Geoff Hart is enough to convince me this books will pay for itself.
It’s about More Than –our, Eh? Canadian Spelling Update
Author of the latest guide to Canadian spelling, Elizabeth d’Anjou, talks to me today about what she found out when researching the related chapter for
Newly Updated Guide to Editing Canadian English
Announcement of the updated guide to Editing Canadian English (ECE3) today, in my Canadian, Eh? column at Copyediting.com. The guide is now in beta testing online
The Last Curator of Canadian Spelling: Canadian Press Style
Is Canadian Press’ Caps and Spelling guide the last standing curator of our national spelling style? A brief look at the 2-year-old guide today, in
Editing the Words-to-be-spoken
The most helpful references I find as I investigate the role of words (narrative) in video games. Taking this course at Vanderbilt University is part of this self-study — Online Games: Literature, New Media, and Narrative, by Prof. Jay Clayton.