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Working Productively with an Academic Editor

Working Productively with an Academic Editor

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September 4, 2017
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Writing is HARD. Revising is even harder. Whether you’re figuring out how to implement reader report suggestions, revising your dissertation into a first book, or updating a languishing manuscript to finally get it out into the world, working with an editor on your manuscript can help.

In this webinar, Sarah Grey walks you though what professional editors like those at Ideas on Fire offer and how they can help your book shine.

We cover how to decide which kind of editing you need (and when you need it), what an editor can and can’t do to make your manuscript great, when to start the process, what you can expect to see in an edited document, and how to best collaborate with your editor to create a fantastic interdisciplinary book that helps create the change you want to see in the world.

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