Journal and Newsletter Editing

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Libraries Unlimited, 1993 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 209 pages
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Beginning with the role and responsibilities of the editor, this book discusses editorial outlook, motivation, skills, and policies and procedures that provide guidance for editing. The nature of the workplace, automation, authors and manuscripts, the vital editorial manual, production, and ethics are also covered. Pertinent to editors of journals and newsletters and their contributors, the book is also of value to public and academic libraries; courses in journalism, publishing, and writing; and associations or organizations that publish journals or newsletters.

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Contents

On Being an Editor
1
The Scope of an Editorship
17
Getting Started in Editorial Work
35
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

JOSETTE ANNE LYDERS is formerly a professor at both the University of Houston, Clear Lake, and the University of Vermont in graduate programs for school library media specialists.

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