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Blog Du Jour

Sharpen Your Editing Pencil

These sites offer discussions, training, workshops, exercises and other resources for copy editors and journalists wanting to improve their craft.

Newsroom 101

No Train, No Gain

EditTeach

Testy Copy Editors

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Dog Eared

Books we love

Food Writing

Aspire to write about it, not just eat it? These nourishing books will help you satiate your food writing appetite:

Will Write for Food

Best Food Writing 2007

The Wilder Shores of Gastronomy

Remembrance of Things Paris

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VT Tip o' the Week

Settings Panel: Presets

The presets sub-panel allows you to choose from a selection of pre-set combinations of settings. This allows you to choose from popular combinations of settings that work well together. When you first start using the Visual Thesaurus, we recommend you choose a preset from the list that best suits your needs. As you become a more advanced user of the Visual Thesaurus, you may want to delve deeper into the other sub-panels and more precisely customize your settings.
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Who are you going to call? To answer the cry for copywriting help, husband and wife team Simon Glickman and Julia Rubiner set up an agency called, semi-tongue-in-cheek, Editorial Emergency! What kind of emergencies? "Everything from creating content from scratch to putting the polish on it," says Simon. We had a fascinating conversation with him about copywriting and branding-and pitfalls to avoid.  Continue reading...
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It all started with Erma Bombeck. As a young kid growing up in the Ozarks, most other boys my age were hunting, fishing, or playing baseball. They lined their rooms with posters of George Brett and Joe Montana, or, if they were a bit older, Farrah Fawcett. But I was obsessed with Erma.  Continue reading...
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Blog Excerpts

Mega Library Blog

The New York Public Library's blog is actually a compendium of the many blogs written by its staff, covering a host of curious topics from feathered hats to Julia Child! Check it out here.
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Less than a year after I started Bad Language, it's still a surprise to me that a) it's been as successful as it has been and b) people now ask me for advice about starting a blog. Equally, nobody told me the whole thing would be so much fun.  Continue reading...
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