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We're celebrating Episode 100 with podcasting tips for editors and proofreaders! Listen to find out more about Creating an episode – what's involved How long podcasting takes Efficiency strategies Working with a partner The costs of podcasting Accessibility challenges Related resources Captivate (affiliate link) Audacity (free audio editing softwar…
 
We discuss some of the things we’ve learned about examining the words we use and the way we behave in shared editorial spaces. Listen to find out more about Familiarising ourselves with the rules of that space Acknowledging that our political, professional and ideological positions are not going to be the same as everyone else’s Recognizing the pot…
 
Find out why standards are core to professional practice for any editor or proofreader who wants to be fit for purpose and trusted by clients. Listen to find out more about how professional standards are defined why they’re important for editors and proofreaders who’s setting them the tools some organisations are using to set standards and ensure t…
 
Find out why editorial conferences are worth attending for every editor and proofreader. Listen to find out more about Why even experienced editors need to learn How to use a conference to make a contribution to the profession Meeting other editors Having fun with colleagues and friends Join our Patreon community Our patrons benefit from access to …
 
Want to line edit crime fiction and thrillers? Pick up some handy tips to help you on your way. Listen to find out more about What's distinctive about editing crime fiction and thrillers What a good line editor needs to look out for What new entrants to the field need to study Marketing ideas Top tips for being a successful freelance editor/proofre…
 
Want to become a professional proofreader? Discover 6 more key pieces of information you must know before you embark on your new career. Listen to find out more about How it requires a lot of hard work to build and sustain a proofreading business Why having periods of no work isn’t something you have to accept as given Why grammar- and spell-checki…
 
Want to become a professional proofreader? Discover 6 key pieces of information you must know before you embark on your new career. Listen to find out more about Getting work even if you don’t have contacts in the publishing industry The market for proofreading Why training courses are a worthy and essential investment Why training in itself isn't …
 
Discover 5 PDF proofreading tips you can apply when working with Adobe Reader DC. Listen to find out more about Rotating the page view Using the ‘Show Cover View in Two Page View’ function Attaching a Word file for large amounts of corrected text Why you should avoid using ‘floating’ sticky notes How to find invisible errors you know you’ve correct…
 
We explore the term ‘OCD’ and why it has no place as a marker of attention to detail for the professional editor. Listen to find out more about The difference between character traits of orderliness and the lived experience of OCD What is OCD and how does it affect people? Why OCD is a noun and what that means for how we use the term How OCD might …
 
Should editors be interrogating the language of illness? We chat with Louise Bolotin about challenging normative narratives around cancer and terminal illness. Listen to find out more about Louise Bolotin's cancer diagnosis Why the language preferences of those with terminal illnesses aren't homogenous Terms in the language of illness that can hurt…
 
Want to add subediting to your editorial skillset? Louise Bolotin has been subbing for 17 years and knows the job inside out. In this episode, she shares her knowledge and experience. Listen to find out more about: What the different types of editors do in media publishing The differences between subediting and copyediting Editorial timescales for …
 
Want to know more about editing academic book proposals? Laura Portwood-Stacer discusses what it involves and how to develop your skills. Listen to find out more about What is an academic book proposal? How and why editors can get involved The types of work and the kinds of editing editors carry out How academic book proposals differ from other typ…
 
Think proofreading or editing would be a good side hustle? Two professional editors tell you what you need to know so you don't make mistakes. Listen to find out more about What a side hustle is and why it's popular Why there's resistance to the term 'side hustle' in the professional editorial community Whether an editorial business can be set up o…
 
Want to know more about academic developmental editing? Laura Portwood-Stacer discusses what it involves and how to develop your skills. Listen to find out more about What is academic developmental editing? Required skills and background Why academic authors seek help from developmental editors What do academic developmental editors do? Why it's di…
 
Thinking about writing a book for editors and proofreaders? Find out how Brittany Dowdle and Linda Ruggeri navigated their authorial collaboration. Listen to find out more about Networking for Freelance Editors: Intended readership Challenging assumptions about networking Why write a book? Writing for editors: The burden of scrutiny Co-authorship: …
 
Find out why you need a website if you want your editing or proofreading business to be visible and verifiable. Listen to find out more about Why you need a website even if you work only with publishers and packagers Why editorial directories aren't enough Why word of mouth has limitations How clients use websites for quality control Why a website …
 
Learn about the power of networking with Brittany Dowdle and Linda Ruggeri, two professional editors who've honed the art of building relationships and exchanging ideas to grow their businesses. Listen to find out more about Networking for Freelance Editors (book) Personality types and networking Positive outcomes from networking Organic vs salesy …
 
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