4 edition of The way of an editor found in the catalog.
The way of an editor
|LC Classifications||PN5476.F5 A37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 209 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||209|
|LC Control Number||77379389|
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I’ve been an editor since , and children’s books are one of my favorite books to work with. Every year I help 80 – authors to realize their dream of publishing a children’s book. I am a member of SCBWI, the biggest society of children’s book authors in the world, and I’ve also taught creative writing at 4 universities in. Gregory Cowles Senior Editor, Books Twitter spellbinding debut novel — about the rippling impact of a sexual assault — Petty uses shifting genres to show the way .
Content editing averages one to five pages per hour (at the industry standard of words per page), while light copyediting can breeze along as quickly as five to ten pages per hour. Some editors focus on one project at a time, and others prefer to keep a fresh eye . Well, British editors aren’t supposed to be as officious as American editors, but some bold genius at the well-known British publishing house Allen & Unwin changed “capitalists” to “workers” at one point in the British version of a book of mine—and published it that way, without even bothering to check with me.
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An important aspect of a book editor’s job is to cultivate relationships with authors. Book editors often are looking to discover new talent, publish them as unknowns, and then continue working with them as they build bigger audiences.
For this reason, many authors often have only one editor for an entire career. Yes, a traditional publisher will have its own editors and proofreaders.
But to get that far, your manuscript has to be better than a thousand other submissions. And if you’re self-publishing, the only way to stand out against even more competition is by ferociously editing your own book until it’s.
A book editor is an editor who works for a book publisher. Their role is to review submitted material, contract manuscripts that they believe are an ideal fit for the publisher they work for, and to work with the authors to ensure that the written material is delivered error-free on ion Field of Study: Journalism, communications, English.
In the book publishing industry, editors may organize anthologies and other compilations, produce definitive editions of a classic author's works (scholarly editor), and organize and manage contributions to a multi-author book (symposium editor or volume editor).
One thing to look for in an editor is someone who speaks the desired language of your book as a first language. Grammar rules and spelling are different in American English and British English, for example. Sample – Most editors will do a sample edit for free or a small fee.
3. How complex is your book. Editing academic work to a niche style guide will cost more than editing a novel per the Chicago Manual of Style. Editing a book with hundreds of footnotes or endnotes should cost more than editing a book without citations.
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If they haven’t, it’s not necessarily a bad thing, especially if 1) your editor can identify ways in which other books they’ve worked on are similar to yours in some unanticipated way(s), and 2) your intended readers are beginners, and you need an editor to represent that position.
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We’re dedicated to making it simple for an author to get insightful, useful feedback, notes and corrections from the same editors who work on books published by the likes of Knopf, Viking, Simon. What is The Way?. The Way is an international journal of contemporary Christian spirituality, published by the British Jesuits.
Through writing informed by critical and creative scholarship, it aims to provide a forum in which thoughtful Christians, from different walks of life and different traditions, reflect on God’s continuing action in human experience.
Whether you're editing your own book, or editing a book for someone else, you'll want to do so in stages. Read the text several times, ask questions, and take notes. Make sure the editing you do is appropriate to the stage of composition the manuscript is at. Finally, ensure that a manuscript is properly formatted for its intended press.
While a good, professional (human) editor is invaluable to your book – the purchase of manuscript editing software can be another prudent investment. Manuscript editing software programs do much more than the built-in spelling and grammar checkers in your word processor.
Some offer “first-pass” or “last-pass” editing to clean up mistakes in spelling, grammar, and punctuation; others. "The way I look at it, good editing is a conversation, wherein you as an individual understand that your editors just want the best work possible.
Like any conversation, there will be good and bad. And at BOOM! specifically, it's wonderful to have someone there who comes in at the ground level and understands what you're doing, and understands.