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(Nathan Bransform, agent-turned-author, 10-5-09) Should I Hire a Freelance Editor?(agent Rachelle Gardner, 3-25-10) Should You Hire a Professional Editor? They can say why your storyline isnt working and ask the right questions for you to realize how to fix it.Check out the archive for Smart Bitches, Trashy Books.Rewrite versus Revise versus Edit (Valerie Comer on the differences between rewriting, revising and editing, 4-11-13) On Books: Visions and Revisions (Part 1, Alison Parker, on An American Editor, 8-3-16) Alison compares a children's novella, Sara Crewe, or, What Happened at Miss Minchins Boarding School , to the novel it became seventeen years later, A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett.The authors original is never touched again, and always available in the event of a document or computer crash." "Preflight" is the first of her four-stage work routine preflight, formatting, editing, and cleanup.Preflights purpose is to set up the manuscript for reading: tidying up errors and inconsistencies, minimizing the number of elements your eye needs to attend to during editing.If they are fictional (or fictionalized), make sure they stay true to themselves within that fictional world." --The Style Sheets Part IV: Timeline (4-13-15) "The timeline must be kept consistent with the fictional world of the story, and sometimes also with actual events in the real world.
The New Yorker Radio Hour (Episode 7, The Mayor and the Mormon Church, and Roger Angell), starting at minute 25, David Remnick talks to Roger Angell about editing fiction at the New Yorker and about his story "This Old Man," about aging and loss.(Jane Friedman, Writer Unboxed, 3-19-10) Kinds of editors/editing and levels of edit (Writers & Editors blog) The Doctor Will See You Now (book doctor Lisa Rojany-Buccieri on what book doctors can and cannot do) Make Professional Editing Work for You (Allison K Williams, The Writers Bloc, 5-11-15) Why is professional editing so damn expensive? Alison offers good tips on how to strengthen your ms. For editors and publishing professionals (a full section on editing, generally--not just fiction, on Writers and Editors website) Editorially Speaking: How to Find a Book Editor You Can Trust (Blake Atwood, The Write Life, 1-24-17) What to Expect from a Professional Critique (Margot Finke) See more such pieces on Writer Beware links.Writers: be savvy about your most important partner in the process: your editor.EFA's directory of editors helps you find editors who are experienced with fiction (indeed, experienced with different kinds of fiction, as editing a literary novel is quite different from editing a gothic or zombie-horror novel --each group of readers has different expectations).