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KJ Charles Sep 18
Just did a panel at where we discussed what a good author-editor relationship looks like. Hint: this is absolutely the hell not it. If you can't give a simple editorial note without insulting the author, you're in the wrong job.
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Newgen Publishing UK Sep 16
If you are a copy-editor or proofreader and you're interested in working with us you can register on our website at . We have plenty of leaflets left at our stand at the too if you want to have a chat about subject specialisms.
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Dr Claire Bacon Sep 27
I had a wonderful time at earlier this month. Keen to share all I learned with my lovely colleagues from , I wrote a blog...
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Luke Finley Sep 16
Post- feelings... 60% wish it wasn't over, 20% 'thank god - I'm bloody knackered', 20% 'oh crap, I still didn't speak to ...'. Well done to everyone involved (but of course esp. ) for another brilliant year
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Nicky Taylor Sep 13
I'd have loved to have come to the conference, but maybe it's just as well I couldn't as there's been torrential rain, floods and high winds all week, and the airport is closed! Hopefully 2020. Wishing you all a fantastic Photos please!
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Chris Brookmyre Sep 14
In Brum for . The challenge awaiting me is to make a roomful of hungover editors and proofreaders laugh at 9:30 in the morning. May have to resort to infantile filth. (There is no plan B.)
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Annie Deakins 🌻 Sep 27
My blog post about conference in Birmingham.
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Kia Thomas Sep 19
I'm still pretty tired, so anyone expecting a serious and insightful write-up of , containing proper paragraphs and sensible thoughts, is going to just have to make do with this list of random musings and in-jokes.
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Graham Hughes Sep 15
'Language isn't about right and wrong.' hits nail on head at .
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Beaumont Editorial Sep 15
Fucking brilliant opening lecture for from - it was like being at a somewhat surreal Billy Connelly gig at 9.15 on a Sunday morning... 🤣
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💧Hilary Cadman Sep 16
Relaxing in St Davids after a fantastic - thanks to Beth and the team , it was all amazingly well organized!
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Annie Deakins 🌻 Sep 17
Saw this sculpture when I wandered around Aston campus after finished yesterday. Puts my TBR pile into perspective 🤣 .
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Howard Walwyn Sep 14
Greetings and best wishes to all my buddies and colleagues for a happy successful and informative conference. Sorry I can’t be with you this year but I will be thinking of you all.
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In Other Words 📚 Sep 15
New notebook. New pen. I’m ready 😎
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Jay Hulme Sep 16
Had a wonderful time representing at this afternoon, talking about how editors and proofreaders can help to make books better, kinder, and more inclusive.
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Paula Clarke Bain Sep 14
Waving my editor/proofie hat to wish m'colleagues a happy conference this weekend. Keep a beady eye on for bookwormery, wordnerdery, edibuddies, tiaras and more.
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Sarah Dronfield Sep 16
On my way home now. It's been great see you next year 😊
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Lindsey Roffe Sep 16
Heading home from inspired and tired! Great speakers, useful seminars and met lots of interesting people. Thanks for a fab conference.
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Ayesha Chari Sep 16
From the failure files w/ and a room full of editors. What could possibly go wrong?!
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Intelligent Editing Sep 14
We're at Aston University for . To see PerfectIt in action, come by our stand for a demo. Or just come say hello to Tom (our Chief Engineer) and Gareth (the developer who gave PerfectIt 4 its speed improvements)!
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