Ever wonder how to use colons and semicolons? In this edition of PEGblog, Lyn Aecer attempts to win over some editors to the use of these marks while they improve texts. This article appeared under the heading Colons and semicolons: More honoured in the breach than...
To kick off our blog, editor and writing consultant Alexis Grewan tells us what it means to be a professional editor in a four-part series of posts. Part one of a four-part series on professionalism. As editors, we like to think of ourselves as professionals, maybe...
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