Category Editing Tips

Need Help with Grant Writing?

Writing a grant application is hard, and getting started can be daunting. Deciding what to present to a grant committee depends not only on what you think is your best work, but also what you think will appeal to the committee and what is most relevant to the grant at hand. And presenting your work […]

Parallelism

Style is almost as important as mechanics—this is why you have the option of hiring a stylistic editor as well as a copyeditor to make your book (or journal or article) as smooth and professional as possible. The role of a stylistic editor is to mimic your style of prose, but to change it slightly […]

Past vs. Present in Literary Essays

For a while, I was teaching English as a second language. My students would write essays for me and one of the hardest things for them was finding the right verb tense to use. When writing literary essays, it can be confusing to know when to use past tense and when to use present tense. […]

The Art of Editing

The Art of Editing is a post written by J. A. Hennrikus for the blog Live to Write – Write to Live (click on the link for the full article). She talks about the role of a good editor, and how the art of editing is approached. One of the things Hennrikus stresses is that an […]

OffQc | Québécois French Guide

For lovers of French + diehard fans of all things québécois!

the word wanderer

Reading through the globe (and also traveling it).

Alanna Mitchell

Award-winning Canadian science journalist.

The Urban Vegan Kitchen

BRINGING VEGAN CUISINE INTO THE FAMILY HOME

Apple of my Odd Eye

scribbles, sculptures, and scattered illustrations

John Nyman

poetry and criticism

Classroom as Microcosm

Siobhan Curious Says: Teachers are People Too

Erin Matson

Feminism, Reproductive Justice, Activism

Literature and Libation

Through it all, your spirit's alive

The Thesis Whisperer

Just like the horse whisperer - but with more pages

Live to Write - Write to Live

We live to write and write to live ... professional writers talk about the craft and business of writing

The Belle Jar

"Let me live, love and say it well in good sentences." - Sylvia Plath

David Gaughran

Let's Get Digital

harm·less drudg·ery

defining the words that define us

The Buttry Diary

Steve Buttry, Dearly Departed Husband, Father and Grandfather. Former Director of Student Media, LSU's Manship School of Mass Communication

NewsFeed

Breaking news and updates from Time.com. News pictures, video, Twitter trends.

Book of words

Books, reviews and all things worth reading

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The latest news on WordPress.com and the WordPress community.