The Editor as Coach

Marshall Cook talks about getting good articles and building good writers by adopting a "coaching" approach to editing, rather than assuming an adversarial role with the writer.

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Things to NOT say to a Publisher

Former EPA editor-tuned-publisher Dale Hanso Bourke returned from the dark side of the force to give mere mortals a quick guide to things you should never, ever say to your publisher (if you want to continue being an editor).

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What Shall We Call This Article?

Finding a title that’s both apt and catchy is an art form for editors. The practical pointers below were lifted from a workshop given by John Maempa at EPA1999 in Orlando. John is a veteran editor with the Gospel Publishing House.

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