Tag: copyediting

Copyediting your own work can be tricky.

6 simple rules for copyediting your own work

Whenever we write something – be it a novel, research report, formal letter, or email – there comes a point when we feel that we have included all of the information that we want. It can be very tempting, at this point, to press ‘send’ or submit the document. However, taking the time to copyedit […]

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Which famous novelist do you write like?

Creating a textbook: my first year as a Modern Foreign Languages Editor

Harriette Newcombe provides an insight into the life of an Oxford University Press editor. This article was first published in the Independent Schools’ Languages Association magazine. At school I was far too busy trying to distinguish my relative pronouns from my infinitives to give any thought to the work that goes into breathing life into […]

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