Manuscript Makeover by Elizabeth Lyons fell into my lap at just the right time.
When revising, a dumpster can be quite inspiring.
I’ll never write the perfect book, but without a firm deadline I’ll keep trying.
The better they are at their job, the less obvious these two groups will be.
Editors build a bridge between writer and reader—and may even tear down a few walls along the way.
For the past few months, I’ve been working with a client creating and updating content for a new website. The goal is obvious: accurate and easily digested consumer-friendly information, which promotes the product without overselling. The process, though, is surprisingly opaque; how to efficiently organize
Self-employment begins again today.
Another form of time travel: the New York Times Crossword archives.
What to do when you get to the next line, where it says “Employer.”