Editing Made Easy

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Penguin Random House Australia, Jul 1, 2003 - Reference - 144 pages
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This easy-to-use book that will help you communicate clearly and professionally.
You will learn how to:
make your writing more exciting and dynamic. avoid common spelling and and grammatical mistakes. understand the different demands of writing for print and online. prevent typographical and factual errors. improve the chances of having your work published. Bruce Kaplan, a newspaper subeditor with more than 40 years' experience, offers simple ways to dodge common writing traps and improve your technique, whether you already write for a living or are just starting out. Whatever the form - article or blog, press release or company report, newsletter or business document - Editing Made Easy makes writing easier and your work better.

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About the author (2003)

Bruce Kaplan is a newspaper subeditor and editorial trainer with international experience spanning 40 years. He has held senior positions with major publications in Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore. He trains editors and writers for newspapers and magazines, and tutors at writers' centres and tertiary education institutions. He may be reached at editeasy@hotmail.com.

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